Even if there was no official confirmation from the house of Vuitton that the first leaked picture is really part of the Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 2009/2010 Ad Campaign, the rest of the pictures are now available and making the rounds of the Internet.
Madonna looking younger and more plasticized than ever with a Photoshop overload that could make any decent desktop publisher blush with shame at the thought of submitting such an image to the public eye. (the story continues with more images right after the jump!)
Every time I look at these images, the vintage theme of an old photo studio and a bad photo rendering comes to mind. Normally, this artsy effect would have been called burned film and rejected due to the low quality of the portrait. Is there a 3D trick behind this campaign? Something that would make her Madgesty bigger than life if wearing the appropriate lenses?
Photoshop to the extremes, it’s totally Madonna – pushing the boundaries in everything she touches. Everybody does a bit of Photoshop, but not her Madgesty, no-oh! She does loads and loads of Photoshop till you’d say she’s looking more like Emma Watson (lol) than her iconic self. What I wanted you to debate is whether there’s a moral justice in only calling Madonna’s name in this Ad Campaign: the true star of the Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 2009/2010 ad campaign is the photographer/photoshop artist who was behind the after shooting image filtering! (is Steven Meisel the true responsible of this extreme photoshopping?) (photos via)