• Ryan McGinley for Edun
  • Posted 22 months ago by staff · Art & Design · 11400 Views
  • Edun have once again enlisted the talents of photographer Ryan McGinley, this time to capture their Autumn/Winter 2012 collection. McGinley once again introduced animals - this time four owls and a falcon - to the shoot, juxtaposing them with models in front of a warm orange backdrop to evoke a sunset or sunrise and to encapsulate Edun's carefree spirit as a brand.

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    • This is a work of a master. Nothing else.
    • Mark Posted 22 months ago · -16
    • I wouldn't say there is anything masterful about these photographs, shows a certain amount of creativity - that's about it.
    • retrorevival Posted 22 months ago · -29 Reply
    • some of them would be better without the owl...
    • LM Posted 22 months ago · -19 Reply
    • money for old rope.
    • bb king Posted 22 months ago · -5 Reply
    • But don't you love how he did something for fun/love that was so beautiful it ended up being something these people wanted their brand associated with. And honestly I don't think these are more or less than the original series, just like.. more. So his intention wasn't compromised in order to include the fashion line. You have to love that. And these are gorgeous photographs.
    • Rodell Posted 22 months ago · -10 Reply
    • so many haters. People will always give McGinley a hard time. I think he is back on his game. For a while there I was thinking that he fell off, but after the "Animals" work, it's pretty clear that he is still one of the better photographers in Contemporary photography.
    • d. Posted 22 months ago · -2 Reply
    • I love McGinley's body of work but I find his studio stuff wholly uninspired. He should stick to being an artist rather than a commercial photographer.
    • Thomas Posted 22 months ago · -22
    • why can't you be both? or at least try to.
    • - Posted 22 months ago · -5 Reply
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  • 22 months ago · culture · 3 Comments · 4035 Views
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  • 22 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 3402 Views
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  • 22 months ago · Art & Design · 18 Comments · 11308 Views
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