Oct 20, 2017 | By Jessica Harman
Jan 14, 2010
The divide between fashion, art and sport continue to dwindle as Givenchy creative director Ricardo Tisci has commissioned artist Marc Turlan for a Nike Air campaign. The advertisement will run in magazine A#8 curated by Ricardo Tisci. Marc has created a trompe l’oeil effect, through the use of his trademark deconstruction technique as though the portrait image has been ripped apart to reveal the Nike symbol and slogan on a page underneath. Turlan has explored this layered concept quite extensively, for his project ‘Torn Mag’, and the most recent exhibition of his work at the Galerie Anne de Villepoix in Paris.
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