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Painterly Tribalism Portraits
The Erik Madigan Heck Mary Katrantzou Campaign is Visually Bold

By: Jana Pijak (Superstar) Jan 12, 13

Showcasing the daring designer’s Spring 2013 collection, the Erik Madigan Heck Mary Katrantzou ad campaign is visually bold. Testing the boundaries of human perception, this eye-catching portrait series marries a minimalist photographic concept with the clothing collection’s vibrantly patterned aesthetic.

Having worked with textile expert Katrantzou since 2010, the photographer creates a painterly vision of tribal infused prints that take inspiration from international currency. This creative advertorial is both artistic and fashion-forward fusing two collaborative creative forces.

From pattern-clashing backdrops and kaleidoscopic mirror image views to an underlining tribal inspiration, the Erik Madigan Heck Mary Katrantzou Spring 2013 ad campaign shines a light on the inspiring designer’s sleek and brightly patterned silhouettes that display the perfect mix of simple shapes and complex color combinations.

Source: style
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