Wednesday, September 02, 2009

(slightly nsfw) Imagine there's no shame.

(click photo) Celebrity snapshot break on copyranter. Here, in a Terry Richardson photo from the Fall issue of Purple magazine, Sean Lennon takes Yoko's spot and model Kemp Muhl takes John's in a re-creation of the 1981 Rolling Stone cover shot by Annie Leibovitz. Curious to discover whose editorial idea this was (image via: Homotography). Previous appropriation of a famous John/Yoko photo: PETA's stupid "give peas a chance" ad featuring Corey Feldman.

6 Comments:

Anonymous franCo. said...

Come on Sean... what gives???
... give this piece a chance.

1:52 PM  
Blogger Teenie said...

Isn't that a little... incestual?

4:23 PM  
Blogger Adalmin said...

I know how you adore AA ads, so:

http://www.marketingweek.co.uk/news/american-apparel-ad-%E2%80%9Csexualises%E2%80%9D-children/3004002.article

Summary: "A magazine ad for fashion retailer American Apparel has been slammed by the Advertising Standards Authority for sexualising children."

6:25 PM  
Blogger Hapi said...

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11:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

no he didn't...most unfortunate.

12:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shameless, indeed. And stupid. The whole point of the John Lennon photo--where it gets it's power---it the fact that HE'S naked. He is quite literally exposing himself--he's emotionally vulnerable beside the one person whom he trusts. What other male rock star would have the courage to do this?

And now his son lays there, bored, in complete control, and disinterestedly waiting for a hummer from some naked confection who has been completely objectified. Pathetic.

2:50 PM  

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