The Jeanne-Rose Vanites Focuses on Life and Death

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 15, 2011 • References: jeanne-rose &
Dark and disturbing, the Jeanne-Rose Vanites photo series is unlike any still life photography I have ever laid eyes on before. Instead of being frightening in any way, however, it is instead a rich experience full of life and death.

Photographed by Olivier Jeanne-Rose, the Jeanne-Rose Vanites photo series seems to have been shot for Dior’s Midnight Poison perfume. Yet there isn’t much information about the shoot, so it could be that he was simply inspired by the bottle and its dark allusion.

There also isn’t much information about the photographer himself,, unfortunately. So we’ll just have to let the Jeanne-Rose Vanites photo series speak for itself. Imaginative and well-executed, these photographs are the mark of a talented photographer who shoots objects as well as models. Stats for Deceased Avian Photography Trending: Older & Mild
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