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This Editorial Draws Inspiration from The Work of Artist Richard Hamilton

 - May 6, 2016
References: philipmeech & designscene.net
Models 1 face Emma Laird stars in 'When the wind blows,' a retro pop art editorial that is captured for the latest issue of ODDA Magazine. Captured by photographer Philip Meech's lens, this series highlights artful and fashion-forward imagery that is presented as an homage to legendary artist Richard Hamilton.

Reminiscent of a retro furniture catalog, this image series spotlights collaged portraits that resemble Hamilton's most popular works. Described as the "father of pop art," Hamilton is most known for his 'Just What Is It That Makes Today's Homes So Different, So Appealing?' piece that acts as this editorial's main point of inspiration.

Styling for this retro pop art editorial is courtesy of Hope von Joel who opts for 60s-inspired womenswear while teaming up with hair stylist Anna Chapman and makeup artist Kim Kiefer -- who also embrace a vintage beauty aesthetic.