TEN & Co. Presents Footwear Through Still Life Photographs

By: Simal Yilmaz - Published: Apr 30, 2013 • References: ten-and-co & artnau
TEN & Co.'s gorgeous shoes, which are blissful hybrids of ethnic and classical fashion, are presented unusually through an ancient art form that had predominantly been used for paintings.

With origins dating back to the Middle Ages and Ancient Greece, still life is a work of art that uses inanimate objects such as flowers, glasses, books and food in a symbolically coherent manner for modeling paintings.

We have been increasingly seeing this art form getting used for fashion editorials, and TEN & Co.'s new shoe collection is definitely one of the brands that has utilized this concept effectively. Photographed by René Cervantes and styled by Alex Brannian and Tory Noll, this imaginative editorial is vibrant, intriguing and eye-catching. Stats for Painting-Inspired Shoe Ads Trending: Older & Warm
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