Gustavo Lopez Mañas creates a gold film that takes a lot of inspiration from the metal. The New Yorker created the fashion film focusing on gold and the human body.
Within the film, there is soft lullaby music playing to soothe the audience while waiting for the majestic film begin. Women are seen covered in the sparkling element their eyes wide open. Even fingernails are coated with a gold design where the details become extremely important.
Tiny gold flakes also float through the air, creating a feeling of serenity and making the film that much more beautiful. There is also one point in the film where gold is seen dripping down an eye and down a woman's back. Although gold is thought to be rare, there is plenty of gold in Gustavo's video.
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Gustavo Lopez Mañas Makes a Film From Gold
- By: Anne BoothSep 5, 2013