Photographer Vincent Bousserez has a talent for imagining what happens when the Louis Vuitton stores close their doors at night. In his ‘Larger Than Life’ photo series, Bousserez dreams up and stages a fantasy world in which a miniature population exists in the the heart of the beloved luxury objects in the dark of night.
His dioramas tell a story of when a store closes: “golfers enjoy a night journey under the Vuitton logo, and newly-weds explore a strange path in the glow of dawn”, and construction workers carve out embedded logos in the products.”
“The change of scale reveals the expertise and craft of Louis Vuitton: the fine textured leathers, shiny metal parts, and stitching are rediscovered through the scenes – through the world of miniature characters, we come to appreciate the pleasures of life, both great and small, to their fullest extent”.
Too funny – and uber creative!