Ink blots used in psychological tests may already rely on a person's imagination, but the Gravure Magazine 'Rorschach' editorial has decided to use it imaginatively instead of interpreting it so. Forgoing papers and the traditional black and white colorway, this photoshoot uses classic Rorschach imagery on the face of its model in vibrantly colorful cosmetics.
Captured by New York-based photographer Enrique Badulescu, the Gravure Magazine Rorschach editorial stars model Ophelie Rupp. Filled with close-up beauty shots, the Parisian beauty was worked on by makeup artist Karan Franjola. Using neon hues and full lashes, Franjola makes Rupp's eyes pop.
Badulescu shoots the Gravure Magazine Rorschach editorial against equally bright backdrops to really make it stand out. It is full of colorful inspiration for the spring and summer seasons.