Larry Clark and J.W Anderson have joined forces to create 'The Smell of Us,' a photography compilation starring the cast of Clark's film of the same name.
The good-looking youths are photographed as they roam the Parisian streets and stumble from one hotel room to the next, eager to shed their clothes and hop into bed with one another. Drunkenly happy and free of woes, the subjects are given a retro aesthetic treatment from J.W. that dates the images back into the 1960s.
Clark and Anderson have succeeded in capturing a sort of unchecked ebullience that spills over in its excess. 'The Smell of Us' is ultimately a cheerful composition that conveys the arrogance of youth in a way that's charming and relatable.