today i want to show you a project i've recently found. it's a collaboration between a photographer and an illustrator and one could say that the illustrator plays the role of a censor. he inverts the photographer's decision to show her models naked in public spaces and adds the "non-real (drawn) political correctness" to her work. yes, i actually am kind of proud of my analyze - thank you!
this one above looks just like my imagination of Nick Hornby's characters..
i really like this style of combining two techniques and i think it would work out pretty
well for album covers or fashion campaigns, too. i'll watch out for these ones in the future!
i think the one above is my fave because the background plays with nudity and drawing and adds this ironical/playful twist (uh i love the word "twist"! reminds me of this song.. let's twist again + dance move..maybe these are just the lyrics i hear which is quite often the case. i'm not that good at hearing the actual right lyrics - i prefer to create my own.. which is why others cannot identify my song choice directly. doesn't matter. music is understand within the heart, right? right.
the mickey mouse hat is a little bit too "overdressed" in my eyes and doesn't really fit to the style of the rest of the outfit - which i totally like. go for it if it makes you happy!
whoop whoop, found what i was looking for. you can't say no to a good old dance move which is pretty popular these days, too. the good ones never get old.