O estúdio Moxi criou pôsters inspirados no estilo de grandes cantores e seus trajes icônicos. Estão ali o blusão listrado do Kurt Cobain, o gorro laranja do Marvin Gaye o os trajes clássicos de Michael Jackson em Thriller e aquela roupa roxa escandalosa do Prince (ou: aquele do qual não dizemos o nome). Além deles, foram registrados os estilos de Chet Baker, Bob Dylan, Pede Doherty, The Beatles e The Ramones, Jimi Hendrix, Kiss, Johnny Cash e muitos outros músicos.
Além do pôster que reúne os trajes icônicos, eles criaram pôsters individuais, cada um falando do estilo marcante do cantor. Olha só como ficou o do Elvis:
Trecho do textinho do Elvis:
It was a clever juxtaposition of Southern good boy and rock ‘n’ roll misfit that quickly thrust him into the role of American heartthrob. Pioneering sharp suits, pegged pants, and high collars, Elvis popularized rockabilly style, and added some much needed edge to conservative white America.
Outro pôster que curti foi o do Johnny Cash:
“The Man in Black” with a “broken soul with a heart of gold” would be how entire generations came to know Johnny Cash. Dressed in black suits and leather jackets, his sense of style was dominated by a brooding masculinity, one that never shied away from a subtle sense of melancholy and romance. Like a tortured poet searching for redemption, he was consistently dressed in mourning.
Johnny Cash was a stylish man, keeping it simple, and tailored to perfection. Cash didn’t need ripped jeans, or beat up leather jackets to communicate his rebel style. Instead, he highlighted his presence with a simplicity and refinement that could only come from a man who knew who he was.
Cash communicated his emotions freely and deeply from his heart, allowing the subtleties of his refinement to elevate his enigmatic persona.
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