For Diesel's Pre-Fall 2014 campaign, designer Nicola Formichetti tapped his frequent collaborator, photographer Nick Knight, to create "a pop amalgam of the classical, the digital and the real." The duo pulled inspiration from the history of art — from painters like Titian and Tiepolo and photographers like Richard Avedon and Diane Arbus — to create the images below, which are suffused in ethereal light, like so many classical paintings. The digital influence is also evident in the splintered effects and the hyper-Photoshopped quality of the photos.
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