Medium: Chromogenic print on Fuji crystal archive type 'c' lustre paper, signed and numbered by the artist
Good To Know: Printed to order, shipped direct from the artist's studio, accompanied by a CoA issued by the artist
Arty-Fact: In this series, Jamie created a collection of Chanel images which questions a cultural obsession with excessive branding. Jamie collaborated with artist Dylan Egon to create custom faux Chanel pieces. In contrast, Anna Katsanis styled the series using authentic Chanel, inviting the viewer to guess what is real and what is faux. The images illustrate how a simple logo cultivated over time can hypnotise society.
Jamie parodies the absurdities of brand obsession and logo consumption, from a microscopic Chanel eye-booger, to a fully Chanel tattooed face—even a Chanel handgun. Jamie questions how far we take our logo-laden identities—spending exorbitant money on anything and everything adorned with a fashion symbol.
Anyway, what if, in the end it was all a farce and proven to be faux all along?
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