8.17.2010

Oil

Editorial photographed by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia  










Brian Borrello, New Orleans Skyline, digital print, BP Deepwater Horizon oil, 12 ¾" x 36".

Images via StyleBoston & Styleite and Art Daily

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21 comments:

  1. WOW, what incredible photos! Definitely thought provoking.

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  2. i thought the photo shoot was so controversial... like it or not you have to have an opinion about it... have fun!!!

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  3. Totally controversial. I actually really liked it and like the conversation it's bringing.

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  4. Scary beautiful.
    I love when fashion tries to get political!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  5. Wow. stunning in a strange way.

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  6. Oh my, this is wonderful. I'm so mad about the oil spill words can't even describe it.

    xoxo Maria

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  7. I had heard about this but not seen the photos! What is that quote again? "Politicians tell lies to hide the truth while artists tell lies to reveal it"

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  8. Wow really dark and striking. I'm not loving the last photo but it is very memorable!

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  9. These photos are so dark and a little mysterious. Not sure if they are my style, but I can appreciate the photography!

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  10. These are stunning! Thanks for sharing.

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  11. the blogosphere is buzzing over these pics! i definitely can appreciate the art and photography behind this editorial. it's quite thought provoking:) thanks for sharing, jaime!

    TheOwlsCloset.blogspot.com

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  12. So thought-provoking and bringing attention to a situation that definitely needs attention.
    XO Piper

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  13. these photos are super cool.

    http://www.ohtobeamuse.com

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  14. These make me sad, but they are beautifully shot.

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