Through the magic of photography, the new Spring/Summer 2009 ad campaign for Giuliano Fujiwara features rocker model Josh Beech with two other replicas of himself.
Photographer Emilio Tini brilliantly created composite images that feature individual shots of Josh Beech blending perfectly together.
The effect is a fluid showcase of the pieces from the new collection in motion.
Implications - Post production technology has made it much more feasible for an artist or company to portray images that stray from reality, such as these Josh Beech photos for Giuliano Fujiwara. These images show what seems to be a clone of the model, and serve as encouragement for any company looking to go outside of the box with their branding.
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