Christian Louboutin Meets Impressionism

Recently the luxury brand Christian Louboutin released the latest campaign for its Spring-Summer 2014 collection. This time the brand still created its campaign in collaboration with the talented artist, Peter Lippmann (American photographer) and interpreted the theme of Impressionism Painting by arranging the iconic footwear and handbags into some modernism painting naturally.

photo © Peter Lippmann / Christian Louboutin SS14.

photo © Peter Lippmann / Christian Louboutin SS14.

photo © Peter Lippmann / Christian Louboutin SS14.

photo © Peter Lippmann / Christian Louboutin SS14.

photo © Peter Lippmann / Christian Louboutin SS14.

photo © Peter Lippmann / Christian Louboutin SS14.

photo © Peter Lippmann / Christian Louboutin SS14.

photo © Peter Lippmann / Christian Louboutin SS14.

photo © Peter Lippmann / Christian Louboutin SS14.

photo © Peter Lippmann / Christian Louboutin SS14.

photo © Peter Lippmann / Christian Louboutin SS14.

photo © Peter Lippmann / Christian Louboutin SS14.

photo © Peter Lippmann / Christian Louboutin SS14.

photo © Peter Lippmann / Christian Louboutin SS14.

Flower, fruit, bird and insect, those colourful creatures made the products luxury in a modest way. The blue and purple-based colour tone is so Monet!!! The energetic sunflowers remind us Vincent and his expressionism works. The depiction of still-life and the emphasis on light effect achieved an atmospheric interpretation of Impressionism. Truly impressive!

 

“Peter Lippmann was born in New York, and now lives and works in Paris. His work has been and continues to be published in magazines such as Vogue, New York Times Magazine, Marie Claire and Le Figaro, while his personal series have been shown in various galleries worldwide (Yatzer, 2014).”

You can find some former campaigns or other works on his website: Peter Lippmann.

 

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