Model Liv O’Driscoll is the star of The Chaos Theory by Thom Kerr, a fierce intergalactic photo story that fuses fashion photography with digital art and post-production imaging techniques. The studio-shot editorial features Liv O’Driscoll with porcelain-like white skin, crimped natural brown hair in a loose bun and dark purple smoky eye makeup. The artistic shoot’s post-production editing makes some of Liv’s garments appear to blend with the starry sky behind her, as if part of the milky way itself.
Thom Kerr worked with fashion stylist Sara Smeath for ‘The Chaos Theory’ shoot, and she selected looks by designers such as Deborah Sweeney, Trelise Cooper, Lonely Hearts, Alexandra Owen and Juliette Hogan.
The Chaos Theory by Thom Kerr is an out-of-this-world take on fashion and PhotoShop.
The Chaos Theory by Thom Kerr Editorial is Out of This World
1. Fashion-photography Fusion - Opportunity to combine fashion photography with digital art and post-production imaging techniques for captivating visual narratives.
2. Ethereal Post-production Editing - Opportunity to create visually stunning effects through post-production editing, blending garments with scenic backgrounds.
3. Interstellar Styling - Opportunity to experiment with celestial-inspired fashion styling, combining garments with intergalactic themes.
1. Fashion - Disruptive innovation opportunities in the fashion industry to create unique visual stories through the fusion of photography and digital art.
2. Digital Art - Disruptive innovation opportunities in the digital art industry to explore new techniques for post-production editing and creating ethereal effects.
3. Cosmetics - Disruptive innovation opportunities in the cosmetics industry to design makeup looks inspired by celestial aesthetics.