Frank Ocean Releases New Photo Essay
Frank Ocean has released a visual essay and accompanying text in a new piece for i-D. Check it out here.
The 32-page series includes photos shot in L.A.; among them are several self-portraits and a shot of filmmaker Spike Jonze. “Summer two thousand and seventeen,” Ocean writes. “We leaned into it.” Elsewhere in the text, he touches on Rick & Morty (“I'll never know why or what’s with campouts for Szechuan sauce at McDonalds”) and listening to Tim Ferriss podcasts on stage, and writes that the photos, “as Karl Lagerfeld would say,” came to him in a dream. He concludes, “If you liked two thousand and seventeen then you'll love two thousand and eighteen.” See the photo essay on i-D.
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