Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Once in a blue moon a photograph in an ad campaign catches my attention. Usually they are pretty predictable and commercial; obviously, they are about selling more than telling a story or whatever it is that usually draws me to editorial photos. But this image, taken by Deborah Turbeville, make me look and look again, so I checked out a little blurb about it on the WWD website and the collection was apparently inspired in part by Georgia O'Keeffe and Mexico and maybe it's just because I'm reading a book about Georgia O'Keeffe, Frida Kahlo and Emily Carr, but I'm getting a "lady painter" vibe from the photo that I love.
Posted by Alison Hartford at 8:27 PM