At the end of my very quick 1st year on my degree course, we were given 3 options to chose from for our final project/personal pathway review, I decided to focus my work on the wonderful Mr. David Lynch. As we had now veered off into pathways, I was now mainly heading down the photography and styling route in my work. For my projects final piece I took inspiration from scenes in short and full length films by the man himself. Although it was a fairly simple idea, I wanted to create a magazine spread that was paying homage and dedicated to Lynch.
Although Vogue is an extremely well known and mainstream magazine, I have taken layout ideas from articles I have seen within it, as they have published features based on individuals within the art community and surrounding areas. I wanted to create a real likeness and feel for David Lynch's work within my photographs, and create the same visual effect found in the films that support my images from the styling to the emotional depth.
My photographs have taken inspiration from 'Eraserhead' (1977), 'Wild at Heart' (1990), 'Blue Velvet' (1986), 'The Grandmother' (1970) and 'Dune' (1984).