Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Modern Art



I was not planning to publish nothing today. I just had to go to a meeting and to the supermarket but my girlfriend told me to take the polaroid and you will not believe who I saw!!! Stefano Pilati, creative director at Yves Saint-Laurent. I swear it!!! I had a chance to ask him to pose for a polaroid and he kindly accepted my request! He was looking great but guess what happened?! Nothing!!!
I was standing there... and the camera was stuck! I apologized and he left...

I could not belive what happened and started to look around the camera... open, close.. open again... close.. and *FLASH* in my face! The picture came out!

But my readers teached me... it is art! I planned it! Perhaps one day people will look at this picture and say: "Antonio was a freaking genius!" And I will be rich and famous! :)
So I'm opening now the auction! The biddings for this masterpiece start with 1 euro!
(I have the feeling that my blog is becoming a comedy sitcom!)

I hope to see everybody tomorrow at the shows!

23 comments:

  1. So frustrating! But charming and hilarious at the same time, this made me laugh.

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  2. Haha lucky you. Even though the picture's not really what you expected I'm pretty sure you'll remember why this polaroid is like that ;)

    And enjoy the shows, I cannot be there to have a glance at the atmosphere this time, unfortunately... but enjoying fashion weeks via internet is better than nothing!

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  3. don't worry it almost looks like Stefano Pilati:):)
    btw, it will be the art of the future and you will be the first artist of this kind of art!! oohhh what a good idea!! :D a new trend will crash into our life :D

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  4. i actually thought you did this on purpose haha well at least the photo has a great story behind it!

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  5. yes yes...i see the beard a bit over there...hehehehe. i bid £1 from London so technically that makes me the higest bidder ;-)

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  6. omg that's so funny!! :)

    xoxo

    natalieoffduty.blogspot.com

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  7. Haha, you are so funny! I'm sorry the picture didn't come out as planned; but we all know (already) that you are a genius! <3

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  8. GAHHHHH!!! Technical difficulties ruin my life, too.

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  9. ohh thats brutal! at least, like everyone else said, you got to see/meet him!

    love your "art"! haha

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  10. Hah, I kinda love your blog. And your polaroids of nothing - to pass it off as TRUE 'art' you're going to have to start spewing pretentious babble about what the photo represents.

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  11. oh how unfortunate.

    the picture turned out interesting though ... it has a good story behind!

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  12. I love your positivity! And you run into just about the most amazing people in the world-first charlotte now stefano. Send my love to them both xo

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  13. Hahahahahaha...que ódio! Fora a vergonha, né? Beijo!

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  14. I adore your blog! so happy I came across it. this story is so endearing. It is something that would definitely happen to me. alas, such is life. but you have a beautiful abstract image now and a fabulous and inspiring story to go along with it. thank you for sharing!

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  15. Why bother putting film in any more? I love your stories of the failed shots, they're so good x.

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  16. Oh no! Oh well - it still made a pretty cool shot :-)

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  17. what a bugger! but i love how you have relayed your story, you'll get your chance again with stefano, you can count on it! Hx

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  18. This might be a bit weird thing to say, but this photo is so nice, it is pure awesomeness. I exspecially love the left corner witch looks like little worms have been eating your polaroid.

    And for art I must say that the best art happens by accident. Actualy you can't plan art at all it is ideas and ideas aren't planned. Acsidental art rules!

    Ruhvana

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  19. how charming; I like this photo, and I like the way you write about the story behind it.

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