The editorial by photographer Leandro Farina for Surface Magazine boasts a fragmented aesthetic that is achieved by using props of glass and mirror prisms. Whether rested on top or placed behind, the bags and shoes put on display are given a dynamic aesthetic that makes them all the more easier to appreciate. This is due in large part to the fact that more angles are put on display.
The set of the editorial by Leandro Farina for Surface Magazine was designed by Lightning and Kinglyface. Adhering to a minimalist appearance, it was shot on an otherwise blank backdrop, which allows the products to pop out even more. Full of geometric shapes, the photoshoot is a play on light and shadows, which is visually striking. Not to mention that it provides a different perspective.
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