Monday, June 26, 2006
This is one of two illustrations I recently completed for the Milken Institute Review in California, for an article adapted from the book "Making Great Decisions" by Charles Cooper, a decision theorist, and David Henderson, an economist at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey.
"Like a bull in a china shop, Bruce Gilden lets loose with Fashion Magazine, a high-concept, tongue-in-cheek take on the glossy conventions of the fashion world. In the seven-part magazine, Gilden recasts the world of beauty and glamour through his up-close and aggressive street photography style." His work reminds me of Weegee. Check out the interactive essay by Gilden on his project on the Slate Magazine website.