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Discussion in 'Art & Design' started by Astrid21, Oct 27, 2003.
love the consistence of their work.. thanks for the article and images, dosviolines.
thanks so much for reviving this thread dosviolines!!
i've been semi-obsessed with those old balenciaga campaigns, and loved it when stella mccartney did something similar in a recent campaign..
so so cool!!
SO-EN (Japan) July 2007
Text by Hiroko Shintani
source: scanned by MMA
Wow I love their work! Have the book been published yet?
MMA - Your the best! Karma.
they are amazing!thank you for the thread!
wow their work - i'd been wondering who'd been done those balenciaga and ck campaigns! thanks for posting
am I invisible? I really can't find it.....
They're fantastically inventive, though my visceral reaction to their style is that they make everything look "mouldy". It's hard to explain, but there's an organic feel to their design, with all those round edges - but it's a feeling of organic breakdown, of things coming apart, of filaments of mould snaking their way through the objects, of edges decaying and curling up.
So they're the people behind all of Inez and Vindoodh's really cool stuff. I always thought the photographers themselves did this.
^ Me too! Suddenly Inez and Vindoodh don't look so good anymore...
They are amazing.
lopved M/M is so great yours typography
never knew who did those, this is gorgeous!
It seems this wasn't posted...
Christy Turlington for Balenciaga Ad Campaign Fall 01.02
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S/S 2001 Balenciaga Ad Campaign
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From Balenciaga Ad Camp. Archive
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i ADORE their work in the balenciaga ads
those might even be some of my favorite ads of all time...
and i can't even pinpoint exactly why..
i just think they're so great
maybe it's the mix of fashion and art/design that i love?...
they give me life!!!
also there is something eccentric about the ads
like anne-catherine's brown top which turns into a horse
sort of clever and amusing
it's really perfect
and then you notice it might go with the wolf on the other's sweater
sort of like unlikely/strange juxtapositions
the bird on the blond girl, resting on her shoulder
such a weird partnership.. which makes it all the more interesting
i thought the same. their work really appeals to me.