GILBER FRANCO

Gilber Franco

source:designcollectornet
Colombian art director Gilbert Franco shares a little self initiated project with digitally distorted fashion photography (using photos of Nino Yap, Carlos DiQuercia, Joanna Wilinska, Zean Vo, and Charudutt Chitrak). As we can see Gilbert did it with passion and using software, so you can try beat him using the famous Glitche app which considered the best editing tool by leading fashion photographers like Nick Knight.
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source:vicecom
Using a hand-picked assortment fashion stills, Venezuelan Art Director Gilber Franco manipulates the oft-generic photo form into a slurred revision that invokes the spirit of carnival mirrors.

In his series Extended, Franco takes the work of photographers Nino Yap, Carlos DiQuercia, Joanna Wilinska, Zean Vo, and Charudutt Chitrak and warps them as the project’s name suggests.

Through digital means, Franco plays up the movement, blocking, and sensual appeal of each original piece to an exaggerated end.

As an experimental personal project, Extended allows Franco to explore some linchpin concepts of fashion photography, while also further exposing work that has turned the art into a parody of itself.

While not on the level of futurism as flying dresses or glitched-out apparel, Extended is also a fun way to look forward into a time where visual editing programs are as much an accessory as the clothes on display.
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source:gilberfrancocom
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