“A” is for Alexander McQueen, and more specifically, the lenticular photograph on the cover of this book, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, which is either McQueen’s face or a skull, depending on the angle at which you view it.
The book was a birthday gift from Lindsey and Rhonda, a perfect opportunity to consider and study McQueen’s genius for creating art and fashion that expressed his perspectives on “race, class, sexuality, religion, and the environment,” as reviewers have noted. The full page photographs are images from the exhibit by the same name at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. You can find many of those here, if you’re interested in seeing what I get to enjoy with this book thanks to The Brides.
Prompt from FMS Photo A Day.