Vogue in Japan blurs the line between 2 and 3D in fashion spread.


The influence of celebrated pop-artist Roy Liechtenstein is evident in both 2 and 3D in a photoshoot by Vogue Nippon. The series was created by Royal College of Printing grad, Lacey, who had also worked with photographer Tim Walker. In collaboration with Andrew Gallimore of cosmetic-related fame and illustrators Craig & Karl, she composed images to result in a quirky mix that is confusing yet enticing to a viewer. Beth Fenton was the stylist.

Model Maryna Linchuk was the canvas for the creative project, which hit Vogue Nippon's cover in March 2013.

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