The Hunger Magazine Wired editorial features model Danny Arter being photographed by Trish Ward. The editorial is inspired by Austrian painter Egon Schiele whose works are noted for their intensity and twisted body shapes.
Indeed, the editorial does justice to Schiele’s work. Arter poses in awkward and contorted positions with a sharpness and intensity that can be seen throughout his body. The styling by Scott Robert Clark is reminiscent of Tom Ford at times, but compliments the broody mood of the editorial well. The strange and twisted shapes and imagery of the photo series is balanced by a dark beauty that is also in the same vein as Egon Schiele’s work.
The editorial can be found in the latest issue of Hunger Magazine, a bi-annual magazine which explores arts, fashion and culture.
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