Canadian photographer Martin Tremblay shot a series entitled 'Fortune Cookie' in Germany's Shon! magazine. The Fortune Cookie photo series features high-fashion dressed models posing upside-down around Chinatown. In the entire series, the models nonchalantly pose with various Asian foods and objects.
The unique mind-bending photographs are vibrantly captured and feature killer couture fashions. The Canadian photographer is known for taking a unique approach to photography and high-fashion editorials. Montreal-based photographer Martin Tremblay brilliantly adds a twist to the usual high-fashion Chinatown editorial magazine shoot.
The most memorable photograph from the series is the photo of the topsy-turvy model holding a colorful Asian snack with a completely straight face upside-down. The photographic illusion is trippy but amazingly beautiful.
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