Want to draw on Naomi?

As part of the SHOWstudio show at Somerset House in London, visitors are invited to draw all over Naomi Campbell…

As part of the SHOWstudio show at Somerset House in London, visitors, both online and in person, are invited to draw all over Naomi Campbell…

Well, not the real Ms Campbell, of course, but on a 3-D rendered image captured during Nick Knight’s Spring 2007 Naomi shoot, which created a series of 3D renders like this

Viewers can graffiti their thoughts across the model of a naked Campbell in triplicate both in the exhibition space and online here. With results like this

The show also features a live studio space in which photographers such as SHOWstudio founder Nick Knight, Jason Evans, Alice Hawkins, Craig McDean and Sølve Sundsbø, will shoot fashion editorial, portraits and film.

In addition, there will be Sittings each day in which a male model sits in a chair and responds to requests from the live audience and online.

Plus, budding models can try their luck an automated casting booth: those participating stand the chance of being picked for a range of shoots to be staged in the Live Studio by photographers including Jason Evans and Nick Knight.

SHOWstudio – Fashion Revolution is at Somerset House, Strand London WC2R 1LA, until December 20 and will be reviewed in a future issue of CR.

This is the promo film for the show

And in this interview, Nick Knight explains the idea behind SHOWstudio

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