Hungarian model Adina Forizs in Velvet Magazine plays amongst a bevy of white balloons. Forizs shows off many sculptural black (with the occasional dab of white) fashions for the magazine’s November 2009 issue.
Photographer Azim Haidaryan shot the magical spread on location in what resembles an abandoned, dirt-filled industrial lot. A dark-lipped Forizs frolics amongst concrete pillars and graffiti walls.
Implications - A balloon can certainly be personified as being light and care-free and those attributes entirely contrast the current economic situation that many individuals are facing during this economic time of uncertainty. As consumer's financial issues weigh them down, the use of positive and uplifting imagery is comforting to them.
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