Tuesday, 13 August 2013

If Jane Eyre wore neon

The Gothic, castellated mansion that Jane Eyre so grieves to leave in Charlotte Bronte’s classic novel – a departure which is necessary “like looking on the necessity of death” – represents the very life she has lived, temporarily, and must leave behind. Thornfield Hall is the name of that place, and Marco D’Amico’s shoot Thornfield in Flame leaves no question of it’s inspirations. These classic portraits take Victorian poses and silhouettes and splice them into the modern day, using neon accents to bridge the stylistic gap.

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