Irving Penn's still life - frozen food MATCHESFASHION.COM #MATCHESFASHION

Irving Penn ‘Frozen Foods with String Beans, New York, Such a witty still life.

Irving Penn

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Truman Capote, New York, 1948 (1968), Irving Penn. © The Irving Penn Foundation

Truman Capote, New York, 1948 Irving Penn. © The Irving Penn Foundation

Chocolate mouth.  Photo: Irving Penn, 2000.

Photo: Irving Penn, {such a photograph. i had to look away when first see it. look back in almost stun not knowing what this is. as unharmful as chocolat? the effect photographer wanted .got~from me

Irving Penn, Marchande de Ballons, Paris, 1950.

Irving Penn, Marchande de Ballons, Paris, 1950.

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This picture uses constrained visual language. There are only two objects on it: the mouth and the bee. The picture is very simple, but the meaning is very clear. The bee loves the lips. The reason is maybe lipstick is abstractive.

Irving Penn for Vogue ('Cult Creams'), June 1996.

11 Vogue Editors Share the Best Face Washes for a Good Spring Cleaning // Photographed by Irving Penn, Vogue, June 1996

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