Charlotte Boulay-Goldsmith and Philip Colbert pose playfully with paper in Andrew Farrar’s pop-up photography editorial. For the November issue of British Tatler magazine, the pair designs paper clothes, holds a paper pitchfork in front of a paper barn and enjoys a paper dinner date.
It’s all about the contrasts between 3D and 2D designs in this editorial. The models stand out lifelike beside the multicolored paper cut-outs. At the dinner table, the paper designs pop out from their paper plates and give the photo a very fun, eye-catching appeal. They also play on the old farmer couple photograph in their own hipster way.
This pop-up photography editorial will really catch your eye and photographer Andrew Farrar does a great job at balancing the many colors in this shoot.
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