How do you manage a media magnet couple in the same issue of a magazine? How do you handle their percentages? Do you get more for the girl (out of simple, elementary respect) or for the guy?
What if that couple was Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise? For NY Times T Magazine? How would you put them side by side? Lying on the sofa? Comfortably sitting in their respective chairs? So many questions, only one answer â€“ the current issue of T Magazine with Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise. Side by side. Kinda.. (more after the jump)
Photographs by Solve Sundsbo (even if I was more used to and more fond of Raymond Meier’s work for T Magazine), Katie Holmes stands for Best Supporting Actress and Tom Cruise for Lifetime Achiever (?). With black and white pictures and classic, retro-flavored styling, both Katie and Tom look royal. Anyone would, with that setting! While I raise my eyebrows and ask if Tomâ€™s career is over, for being a lifetime achiever, I couldnâ€™t be more dâ€™accord with their supporting actress for Katie. Sheâ€™s not a leading lady and sheâ€™ll never be one. Nothing about her inspires me strength and verticality. But I wanted to share the pictures with you because I love Solveâ€™s work and I have a thing for retro photographs, the black and white, immortal kind. I also added two interviews, one with Katie and one with Tom, Screen Test dialogues for T Magazine. Iâ€™m sure you have you mind set about these pictures and interviews, about this couple. And even if you donâ€™t, this article will help you out! Shall we talk some Katie and Tom? (click thumbnails to see larger images) (via tmagazine)