Friday, February 29, 2008

Prada's Spring Summer 2008 Ad Campaign

On Prada's current advertising campaign you will see this vast mural used as a backdrop for their models as they showcase the latest in must-have accessories and intellectual fashion. The panel was designed by Los Angeles artist James Jean as a wallpaper format that measures an impressing 17' x 200'! The artwork can be seen hanging on Prada's flagship stores in Beverly Hills and Soho's Epicenter.

Prada says it “represents the somewhat perverse intersection between Hieronymus Bosch and Aubrey Beardsley. The image depicts an intense landscape of man-eating flowers, dragons, hybrid creatures and eerie fairies.”

1 comment:

Alan said...

Some of those shoes look like sculptures.