This is perhaps my all times favorite Dior campaign – I love the messages and the way it connects with the client. As far as I’ve dug into the web, it was shot in the late ’70s by Chris von Wangenheim.
People who were fascinated by Kurt Cobain’s personality will not be surprised to find out what is the value of his artwork. Four never-seen-before paintings and a drawing came to the attention of the public when Courtney Love, his wife, decided to auction off the artwork together with several guitars and other belongings. The estimated value of the artwork is $100 million.
Here are two of the paintings that might suggest the ambiguous perception of life that Cobain had.
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You might think this collection of photos is nothing but an irony to the Disney characters that we grew up with. This it would be a sever misunderstanding. The pictorial made by Benjamin Bechet is actually a play with the concept of identity in the way Luigi Pirandello explained it in his book, “One, none, or a hundred thousand”. The main idea is that we cannot have just one, but many identities, according to the perception the others have about us.
This is how Disney characters play different roles to show us that in our society people can be more than we might believe about them. “I have put superheroes, icons, celebrities known throughout the world into these marginal shoes. To serve as a reminder that what you see is never what you get, that people are always more complex, that each identity is only partial and that we are all one, none and a hundred thousand”, he explains on his website.
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