As per our previous post, Harry Malt & Serge Seidlitz were asked to help celebrate the in-store launch of Ted Baker’s SS12 campaign The Great Exhibitionist and his Private Views with a host of other acclaimed illustrators to create a digital fashion portrait service called Ted’s Drawing Room.
Harry & Serge were set up at Ted HQ by Guided Collective to receive images of customers & their Ted look that that had been taken using special Instagram booths located in Ted Baker stores. The photographs were automatically beamed straight into the artist’s studio – Ted’s Drawing Room where the boys and the others to recreate as an original artwork.
Check here to see all of the portraits completed on the day, and on Ted Baker's Flickr to see shots from in and around the studio during the daytime.
You can also click here to watch a short film on the days event.
Lots of fun and hopefully we'll get to do another soon. Thanks again to all at Guided Collective & Ted Baker
To see more from Harry Malt's folio click here or for Serge Seidlitz, click here.
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