Danny Devito, is the poster boy for weird according to Esquire.
Our Danny, O’Neill that is, had the opportunity to style Mr. Devito for the shoot. O’Neill said Devito was game for whatever was thrown his way, which is not typical for a celebrity shoot.
Danny the stylist is very thorough and took the time to take in some of the weirdness that comes from Danny Devito; Before the shoot, O’Neill serial-watched The Blood Factory, one of Devito’s projects. After O’Neill confessed to Devito that he couldn’t sleep after watching the the dozen or so horror shorts, the two Danny’s had built an on set rapport rapping about gore.
The images landed on the cover and inside Esquire magazine. Their February 2014 issue is in celebration of weird men.
Photos by Nigel Parry
This throwback Thursday post inspired by the Winter Olympic games starting Friday February 7, 2014 in Sochi Russia.
When the 2012 Summer Olympics were coming to a close and Gabby Douglas was all the rage from her record wins, writer Buzz Bissinger wrote a story about her and claimed in this Vanity Fair Article that the American Flag backdrop for the above photo of the double gold medal winner in women’s gymnastics, was "so big it would make Patton proud."
Moral of the story, go big or go home! Obviously Gabby chose to go big.
The flag was sourced by Artist Untied prop stylist Hiroshi Yoshida in San Francisco.
Here’s to the next round of Olympics, winter style. Go USA!
Photograph by Jonas Fredwall Karlsson
Ad campaign images for the new Moto X, the incredibly customize-able phone by Motorola, a Google company.
Fashion styling by Danny O’Neill
Photos by We Are the Rhoads
Artist Untied styles for Google’s Nexus Q advertising.
Fashion Styling by Micah Bishop
Hair, Makeup and Grooming by Tamara Brown
Photography by Dwight Eschliman
HIROSHI YOSHIDA - Costume and Prop Stylist
Photos by Artist Streiber for Wired Magazine UK Edition