Digital artist Leone takes an unusual approach to this series of portraits called 'Rooms.' In place of a model, all the viewer sees are a series of scribbles in place of skin to simulate feminine curves.
I love the bold, bright colors Leone uses within the first three photos of 'Rooms,' but I also enjoy the muted monochromatic look found within the final two images.
Implications - Many people have grown tired of the same repetitive images within many fashion magazines and advertisements alike. The choice to utilize differing materials and boundary-pushing imagery within product packaging and design can help products to stand out from other products that tend to repetitively favor similar concepts.
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Leone Takes Unusual Human-Free Approach to 'Rooms'
- By: Marissa BrassfieldJun 6, 2009 Updated: Jun 7 2011