The Divine Offspring editorial shoot by talented photographer Andy Long Hoang harmoniously combines the art of painting and photography, androgyny and ethnicity, resulting in a series of images that greatly resemble a group of ancient watercolor paintings by a skilled painter.
The Arabian-esque Divine Offspring pictorial, directed by Tinashe Musara, features a pair of male models and can be found in the Bite Magazine #2 issue. Primped by stylists Philip-Alexan Gaboury and Rima Chahine, the pair of good-looking models are seen donning headscarves and shawls, along with golden accessories of various shapes and forms. The shoot is extremely modern, showcasing Andy Long Hoang's ability to think outside of the box.
Overall, Divine Offspring by Andy Long Hoang is a refreshing take on editorial photography.
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