The Invisible Man Series for M Le Monde is Poetic

By: Erin Fox - Published: Nov 14, 2012 • References: & trendland
The incredible tale of a man who is virtually unseen by the world makes the M Le Monde editorial Invisible Man Series a captivating experience. The saddening story of a man who dressed in dapper trench coats and a bandaged face to show the formation of his figure makes the current editorial piece a vintage-inspired favorite. The French magazine honed in on true human emotion as the camera clicked from pose to pose. The black and white photographs enhance the vintage authenticity for this fusion of sartorial work and vintage literary.

The Invisible Man Series is a collaboration between artist Alois Kronschl├Ąger and photographer Christian Anwander. The small 15-piece collection created for the series mixes the originality of the literary novel and 1950s glamor. Stats for Classic Novel Editorial Adaptations Trending: Older & Average
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