Vanity Fair has all the stars this month! For their 27th annual Hollywood Issue they were not afraid of givin’ props –or going a bit surreal.
According to the magazine,
Maya Rudolph returned to her Saturday Night Live roots to gamely play the future vice president, as well as being a regular voice on the topical animated cult favorite Big Mouth,and producing Sarah Cooper’s TV show with Natasha Lyonne, among others. Dan Levy’s sleeper hit series Schitt’s Creek offered much-needed humor while coaxing out plenty of happy tears—ending, in updated Shakespearean comedy tradition, with a gay wedding. Michaela Coel, the bogglingly talented writer and star of I May Destroy You, managed to craft a narrative that addressed sexual violence, trauma, social media, art, race, and gender in just a short run of half-hour episodes. Lee gave a perhaps career-best role to industry stalwart Delroy Lindo in the furious Da 5 Bloods, filmed the exhilarating Broadway show David Byrne’s American Utopia, and made a short film about New York City reeling and grieving in the early siege days of the pandemic. Zendaya made history as the youngest winner of a lead actress Emmy for drama for her riveting series Euphoria, a bleak but compassionate look at Gen Z’s sorrows, concerns, and culture. Not satisfied to rest on her laurels, she went and made a small movie during quarantine, the two-hander drama Malcolm & Marie...
The photographs & accompanying videos, called A Fantasia in 10 Acts are by conceptual artist Maurizio Cattelan & Pierpaolo Ferrari who have their own magazine irreverently titled magazine and website, ToiletPaper.
Check out the so-real portfolio here, on newsstands and in your mailbox.
(Photographs Maurizio Cattelan & Pierpaolo Ferrari/ Styled by Katie Grand; via Vanity Fair)