We’ve all gotten used to white-washed backgrounds with shallow shadows thanks to Terry Richardson. Interestingly (and refreshingly), we’re starting to see an evolution of this high-low trend that incorporates a wash of color. From Sous Style’s weekly Tip Off shot by Lianna Tarantin where house-hold products become still-life perfection to Christopher Griffith‘s translation of Jill Lapore’s Battleground America to Tim Small’s The Milan’s Review, the sum of these examples simplify the story for a stark message translated through a punchy color backdrop.
Bringing commercialism (and Terry Richardson) back to the stage, Aldo’s latest campaign playfully incorporates type with a flat monochromatic background. Are you a fan?