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Let's Go Sans Head

by Saxon C., 25 year old Graphic Designer / Photographer from New York, United States

13 comments · 3 · October 27, 2013

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Saxon Campbell - D Collection Blazer, American Apparel Oxford Button Up, Levi's® Super Skinny Jeans, Vintage Work Boots - Let's Go Sans Head
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  1. Blazer

    ,

    D Collection

    ,

    Urban Outfitters

    , in Blazers
  2. Super Skinny Jeans

    ,

    Levi's®

    , , in Levi's® Denim Jeans
  3. Vintage Work Boots

    , in Boots

My look inspiration comes from childhood nostalgia and modern renditions of the short story. Besides my obsession with the new Fox sitcom, "Sleepy Hollow", I have always been very interested in Irving's short story. I worked with Fan Chen, a very artist photography student and friend to work out the concept. We kinda had the idea to show that the Headless Horseman was lost in NYC. Although keeping it in NYC, we wanted to keep it dark and eerie to have the scary appeal. Hope you enjoy it! Happy Halloween!!!


#halloween #urbanoutfitters #sleepyhollow #headlesshorseman #dark

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Comments (13)

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Leidi Lu
amazing photo!! great. love this
Saxon Campbell
Thanks and thanks for the HEART!
Khalil Zdaa
Great picture ! inspiring idea
Fashion Ambit
wow, love this pic <3
Lo Pascual ⚓
so creative and awesome! :D

  

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