Static, but not lifeless

The inspirations feeding Pierre Dal Corso‘s latest shoot were all cold, static things: porcelain dolls, wax figures, marble statues… and the colour white, presented through various shades and layers of texture that add depth to the concept. But for all of those things, for model Johanna Feldmeier’s pale skin and greyish hair, the shoot is far from lifeless.

Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12

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Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12
Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12
Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12
Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12
Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12
Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12
Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12
Johanna Feldmeier: Schon Issue 12

Laure Tardy-Joye was behind the beautiful styling of the shoot, which first appeared in Schon magazine. Visit www.pierredalcorso.com for more of Pierre’s work.

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