HomeDesignArchitectureLouis Vuitton celebrates photography and architecture with #MyFLV Kay Ean Leong July 13, 2018 Architecture, Art, Design, Fashion, News, Photography ARCHITECTURE and photography are intricately bound within Louis Vuitton’s brand ethos. Earlier this year in May, to celebrate the fourth year since its striking Frank Gehry-designed building has opened publicly, Fondation Louis Vuitton held a photography contest encouraging the museum’s visitors to share photos of the iconic steel-and-glass structure. Anyone could enter simply by posting their original photos on Instagram and tagging the foundation with the hashtag #MyFLV. Now, a month after the close of the contest, the decisions have been made by a jury, and seven winners have been chosen: Pierre Châtel-Innocenti(@chatelp) Mathieu Collart (@thiouse) Roseline Diemer (@roxdmr) Yi-Hsien Lee (@nevermind1107) Boshiang Lin (@boshianglin) Jean-Guy Perlès (@selrep) Jérémy Thomas (@pho__thomas) These talented photographers will be granted a one-year VIP access pass to the Fondation and a cheque of €2,000. Fondation Louis Vuitton will also be using their work for digital and print campaigns, and will feature them on social media throughout the summer. Photograph by Pierre Châtel-Innocenti (@chatelp) Fondation Louis Vuitton campaign with photography by Jean-Guy Perlès (@selrep) by Kay Leong Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.