The work of both Picasso and Raf Simons shows that a simple line can dramatically change everything.
Barbie by Jocelyne Grivaud, seen through the prism of Erwin Blumenfeld, Man Ray, Otto Dix, Guy Bourdin and Pablo Picasso. Images via here (and there’s more where that came from).
Is it weird that I love Barbies in a terrible, sort of ironic way? Sometimes I think that I should have been raised by John Waters (the filmmaker, not the reactionary Irish Times columnist).