Friday, March 27, 2009

The Photoshop Rebel :: Super Models by Hedi Slimane


Retouching and using photoshop has become an expected part of all magazine covers and editorials. The question is not did they photoshop the star or model, but how much did they do it (remember the controversial Madonna outtakes?). In fact, when Brad Pitt boldly went sans photoshop on the cover of W Magazine, it was seen as the bravest thing a Hollywood movie star could do.



Well known for his natural style, Hedi Slimane rebels against the fakeness and evil of Photoshop with the editorial ‘Super – Models’ in the new Spring/Summer 2009 issue of Vogue Hommes International.



The editorial features male super models of the 90s, such as, Mark Vanderloo, Werner Schreyer, Andre Van Noord, Larry Scott, and Greg Hansen. And all their wrinkles and blemishes are included! We see the human not the plastic copy.



+ more Hedi Slimane features | more editorials from this Vogue issue ed1, ed2, ed3


1 comment:

adrian said...

these are wonderful....nice to see some real ( beautiful, models yes but real) men