Lifeless Beauty by Craig McDean
Photographer Craig McDean grew up in Northern England wanting to be a motocross Pro, not succeeding he began to photograph bands in his early 20's. Gaining success in Japan shooting 4,000 rolls of film of the sumo wrestling world, his shots finally made it into The Face magazine. McDean started shooting for Vogue in 1995, capturing timeless moments of Kate Moss, advertising for Gucci, Christian Dior and Yves Saint Laurent. Now the classic photographer has created bizarrely beautiful photographs of Megan Fox as she interacts with her mannequin self.