The Ponystep Monotone Symphony Editorial for Spring/Summer 2011 Gets Messy

By: Chalaine Mantha - Published: • References: ponystep & fashiontography.blogspot
The Ponystep Monotone Symphony editorial for Spring/Summer 2011 is definitely an interesting sight! The ladies that look like triplets begin the editorial completely nude with an all-man orchestra performing in the background. As the music starts, the girls slowly dip themselves in bright blue paint until their bodies are completely covered. The girls then make their way over to a blank canvas and smear it with the paint on their bodies. It is funny that the men playing their instruments seem to pay no attention to the lovely ladies in front of them.

The Ponystep Monotone Symphony editorial was photographed by by Phil Poynter for the magazine’s debut print issue. I think that the concept of mixing media is awesome within this editorial. Music, art and photography are seen as one and the outcome is quite extraordinary! Stats for Paint-Covered Triplets Trending: Older & Buzzing
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