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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by MissMagAddict, Aug 7, 2009.
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I like it. She has a different sort of beauty.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.....
i think it's great how she never tries to hide the scar on her arm
You think? I think she has a very conventional type of beauty. She is stunning. A knock-out!
Suprised that Meisel shot this.
I can't see the image Could someone please upload it to another hosting site or use tFS attachment tool?
Me too, very, but i guess he was paid what he demands, anyway she is beautiful and its a ok ad.
and you think the other big names paid him less than what he'd demand?
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Of course not, that's not what i meant.It was reported that he declined to do many major campaigns this season (Dior even!) because they didnt want to meet his paycheck demand.For many brands who were hit by recession his fee was simply to much this time around, and he didnt want to lower it, so they parted.Of course Meisel still got tons of work, it was just surprising to see he took on this one,imho.
^The article says he's a fan of Padma's... so maybe that helped
She looks beautiful as always The jewelry seems stunning as well, though we're seeing less of that and more of Padma
Wow, this makes me a little disappointed, because i thought making art is more important than money for such a talented artist
oh and i like the ad
Wow,that's unexpected!I never would've thought he shot this.
shooting an advertising campaign to help a fashion label to boost its multi-million dollars sales of overpriced goods is not quite what one would call an art form. so i don't see anything wrong about Meisel demanding for a certain level of fees. he's at the top of his game and his name, to some extent, is a brand as exclusive and powerful as, say, Dior. so he may be picky.
as for the campaign, i totally share Miss Dalloway's sentiments. with the questionable typography and overdone photoshopping this image reminds me of instant coffee ad rather than haute joaillerie advert.