From Gruesome Sequin Caricatures to Cross-Era Art

 - Apr 30, 2012
These intensely juxtaposed images do an excellent job of drawing in viewer attention. The display of opposing or contradictory photos causes consumers to do a double-take, revisiting magazine spreads and online features time and time again. The shock value is memorable here, and for many brands operating in an incredibly competitive environment, this is the lasting impression they wish to impart.

Gruesome sequin caricatures and cross-era art are only some of this niche's more imaginative contrasting ventures. Marketing firms and fashion labels have been eager to pull off these noteworthy clashes, if not for their enduring value, then for their artistic merit. Models and celebrities have been placed next to unforeseen props set in the most unusual of settings, allowing creativity to flow in antithetical realms.