The Morgan Slade 'Savage Justice' Project Examines Advertising

By: Ryan Hinkson - Published: Jul 22, 2010   Updated: Jun 2 2011 • References: morgansladestudio & formatmag
The Morgan Slade 'Savage Justice' art installation is a series of digitally-manipulated photos that features bikini-clad models with their faces covered by hair, bandanas, helmets and dog faces.

The Morgan Slade 'Savage Justice' series got a big help from fashion designer Betsey Johnson, whose clothing was worn by the mysterious models. The photos were also taken at Johnson's flagship store in Los Angeles.

Implications - With a vintage application to give a washed-out look, the Morgan Slade 'Savage Justice' project has managed to give a retro-chic style to the photos. With typography at the top, the digital photos have conveyed a look that seems to be inspired by traditional propaganda. Stats for Mysterious Model Installations Trending: Older & Average
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