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The Vision China 'Camouflage' Editorial is Subtly Eccentric

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: madameperipetie & behance.net
Photographer Madame Peripetie exercises a bit of constraint when it comes to her tendency towards the surreal in the Vision China 'Camouflage' editorial. Of course, she doesn't lock it away completely. Although the word 'camouflage' would suggest militia patterns and other traditional disguises, this photo series embarks down a more imaginative road.

Appearing in the March 2013 issue of the magazine, the Vision China 'Camouflage' editorial complements retro-inspired suits with crinkled paper masks, subtle face paint and the illusions of wooden limbs. Adding a quirky quality to the gentlemanly looks, these artistic touches bring attention to the playful details of the outfits. For instance, one shirt boasts a tunic-like neckline while a pantsuit has a Hugh Hefner-appeal to it.

Shot in studio, the Vision China 'Camouflage' editorial is attention-grabbing from beginning to end. Stats for Surreally Disguised Models Trending: Older & Buzzing
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