The setting of the Vice 'Wet N' Wild' spread, which was shot by David Titlow and styled by Teddy George-Poku, is nowhere near a boat or a large body of water.
Typically, boat-inspired clothing is usually accompanied by some water, a boat or even a pool. But this photoshoot takes the whole nautical idea and incorporates it mostly into its bizarre props, like a boat in a bottle, a city fountain, a bathtub and a rubber jellyfish toy. This is Vice we're talking about, after all.
The Vice 'Wet N' Wild' Photoshoot is Nowhere Near Water
1. Boat-inspired Clothing Without Water - Opportunity to disrupt the fashion industry by creating boat-inspired clothing that can be worn outside of traditional water settings.
2. Nautical Theme Without Traditional Props - Opportunity to disrupt the event planning industry by offering unique nautical-themed props that do not involve boats or pools.
3. Absurd Prop Photography - Opportunity to disrupt the photography industry by offering absurd prop photography as a way to stand out in the market.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can embrace boat-inspired clothing without the need for a water display.
2. Event Planning - The event planning industry can offer clients nautical-themed props that are unique and do not require traditional water settings.
3. Photography - The photography industry can create a niche in absurd prop photography as a way to differentiate from competitors.