hair spun with cotton candy colors
texture and weave of pink, yellow and a pop of peacock blue,
fierce, bright and bold, how about those pom-poms a play on fun with bold color
poof, colors of a flame
love the plastic corset
Remember when you went to your first carnival and you pulled apart the cotton candy with your fingers? How about an Easter egg hunt and the varied colors of eggs gathered in a basket. How about the hot, fiery, crackle of a fire blazing? It's amazing how these images become illusions of inspiration to me from this artist, Eugene Souleiman, Wella Professionals Global Creative Director.
Most of us look at a ball of yarn and see…a sweater. He unravels the illusion and creates explosive shapes, textures, colors and silhouettes as seen here. He sees candy-floss pinup girls, and the arc of leaping flames. He envisions fiber, textile, embellishment and ornamentation. With vision and courage, he transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary! More of his inspirational magic here. I love how he works so well with another Wella expert Eva Scrivo more of her here.