This image gallery showcases some of the controversially wonderful works of photographer Jean Baptise Mondinos who was inspired by the edgy adult comic series by Eric Stanton.
His inspiration began when he made the music video to accompany Madonna's 1995 tune, "Human Nature." Additionally, Mondinos chained up top model Nadja Aumerman for this brilliant editorial.
Implications - Sometimes courting controversy is a powerfully effective way to generate consumer interest, and there is no doubt that collections such as this definitely succeed in this respect. Any ad that embraces this kind of aesthetic in a tasteful way is sure to impress consumers from all walks of life, and this is an ultimate impact that no company should take lightly.
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Latex and Corset Rich Photography by Jean Baptise Mondinos
- By: CowbagMar 27, 2009 Updated: Apr 5 2011