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From Androgynous Windblown Editorials to Windblown Face Ads

 - Dec 28, 2012
The natural force of the wind can add a fascinating creative touch to your work, and its art stretches as far as windswept furniture pieces to windblown shockvertising.

Whether it be for painting, photography, furniture or fashion this simple natural element can have a dramatic impact on the final product of your work. With technology you can use fake wind to create the effect as well. The wind inspires wacky hairdos, crazy face portraits and transforms fashion into something more like Emma Karlsson’s angelic avant-garde look. Themes encapsulate androgyny, gale force winds, retro and other fascinating concepts.

With photographers such as Jonathan Robert Willis, Rasmus Mogensen and Rankin and ad agencies like Groundzero Marketing doing it, this idea has the potential to take an ordinary piece of work and make it extraordinary.