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Jun 02

Well Heeled

Long before Terry Richardson’s overt, unabashedly sexy and borderline-pornographic photographs, were those by David Bailey, Helmut Newton and Guy Bourdin. Employing sex as a shock-factor to emulate one of the finest paris escorts in fashion photography is not a recent phenomena and evident in the work of even the most ...

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May 24

New Blood

Guy Bourdin’s borderline morbid images are thought to be the result of the photographer’s childhood, abandoned by his mother at a young age, coupled with a string of relationships with suicidal women, his wife is thought to have committed suicide, one girlfriend hung herself and another attempted with slashed wrists. ...

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May 09

A Leg Up

Guy Bourdin’s titillating images often featured scantily dressed models in provocative poses and environments, injecting a raw, borderline-agressive sexuality into his photographs. Guy Bourdin is most-known for his ad campaigns for Charles Jourdan, of which he shot exclusively from 1972 – 1981. These campaigns ...

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Apr 01

One Man’s Trash

Guy Bourdin’s ad campaigns for Charles Jourdan would often feature a pair of disembodied legs clad in little but a pair of Charles Jourdan shoes. Bourdin’s titillating images have been a source of inspiration for countless photographers, particularly Terry Richardson. Photographer Tim Gutt seems to have also looked to ...

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Jan 26

Message in a Bottle

Known for his daring, high shock value aesthetic, Guy Bourdin would often photograph scantily dressed models in provocative poses and environments. Terry Richardson undoubtedly looked to Bourdin for inspiration with a strategically placed fragrance bottle in the 2007 fragrance campaign for Tom Ford. Guy Bourdin, C. 1970 ...

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Jan 14

Down the Rabbit Hole

German photographer Erwin Blumenfeld’s Dada background is evident in his collage-like images and photographic manipulations. Blumenfeld’s Nude in Stockings, 1945 can be viewed as a precursor to the work of French photographer Guy Bourdin. Bourdin ‘s Spring 1979 campaign would become one of his most well-known ...

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