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Sunday, May 04, 2008
Slumbering Beasts....

BĂȘtes de mode (Beasts of Fashion) was one of the projects undertaken by the French design duo Helmo; Thomas Couderc and Clement Vauchez. A collection of 13 portraits which were displayed in the Galeries Lafayette in 2006, which sees the superimposition of humans and animals in different colours to produce a gorgeous effect of the two as one. The installation used projection lights in blue and red, so the picture you saw depended on which light was shining at the time. The pictures have been really cleverly put together according to shape and texture, and there's something utterly mesmerizing about them.


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