Hannah Stouffer for Vans "Obsessive Combustion" Campaign
May 20, 2010 16:14
Based off an illustration, Hannah Stouffer created this awesome production in a campaign dubbed "Obsessive Combustion", for Vans:
"Obsessive Combustion" is basically a re-creation of "Black Roses Tell a Story", which is Stouffer's illustrative portrayal of the struggles with change and desire that we all endure, as well as her rendition of our own imminent contrasts with the forces that we create. Artsy, and that goes for the shoes as well.
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