The tee zone
forgot the name of the model-maybe someone could remind me?
by Mario Sorrenti
styling by Melanie Ward
make-up Dick Page
hair by Recine
scanned by Alien Sex Friend
i always loved Mario`s work, esp, because he`s always innovate something new, he`a always evolving ( and that`s the most exciting in the work of photographer: to grown up, to change, not like Ellen Von Unverth- as i remember her in 1991- she`s doing the same stuff all these years and this is pretty annoying already. Maybe that`s the reason why she has not so many work and clients right now.)
Last edited by Alien Sex Friend; 07-05-2008 at 08:15 PM.
Liquor companies often employ sexual images to sell their products, but liquor brand Cabana Cachaça isn't leaving anything to the imagination in a new multimillion-dollar ad campaign that features naked women wearing nothing but tan lines. For Cabana Cachaça's consumer advertising debut in the U.S., ad agency Avrett Free Ginsberg gave Mario Sorrenti the tough assignment of selecting Brazilian models to photograph. The only question is — will anyone even notice that bottle of Cachaça in the ad?
As for any thoughts that the nudity might be over the line, Peter Hunsinger, vice president and publisher of GQ, said he didn't hesitate to run the campaign, noting that liquor ads are an important part of the magazine's ad business (and in these tough times, every page counts — see above). "There's always a fine line, isn't there?" he observed. "But good ads should always be provocative. They aren't that far off from those Tom Ford or Dolce & Gabbana ads that we've seen in the past. We also feel that, because it is Mario Sorrenti, it has an art feel to it that is very relevant." The ads will appear in the June issues of GQ, Esquire, Men's Vogue, Details and, of course, Playboy.