Thursday, February 5, 2009

Ryan McGinley Update




Fresh (and clean) from appearing in the recent Marc Jacobs' ads (shot as usual by Juergen Teller) McGinley finds himself behind the camera shooting Kate Moss for Stella McCartney's Spring '09 campaign. The photographs were then worked on by British artist Dinos Chapman to create these luminous watercolor worlds.




The relationship between the art and fashion world continues unabated, but I actually find it refreshing. It's like Dylan and the new Pepsi commercial - if it's well done, why not? It's only bad when it's bad.




4 comments:

...love Maegan said...

I agree ...if it's done well ...the possibilities are endless.

Peter Mooney said...

Perhaps it was art once, but now it's just a sad little commercial selling flavored water. What's being Forever Young got to do with drinking pepsi?

Anonymous said...

It's all bad....

WIWINNY said...

Thanks for the Stella McCartney's Ad post !