Roadkill Couture: Photography by Kenny McCracken

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The most striking works in Kenny McCracken’s portfolio are the music and fashion photos. Particularly his shots of “Roadkill Couture,” an acclaimed and controversial garment collection by Jess Eaton made from feathers, furs and bones from animals that have been killed for food or accidentally killed on roads. This Scot working in Brighton is not just a photographer, he also directs music videos and short films, examples include “Runaway” and “Scream Your Face On” inspired by Jane Fonda in “Barbarella” (1968).

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Images © Kenny McCracken.
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March 9, 2015 Art Fashion Photography