Jean-Paul Goude
French artist
Jean-Paul Goude
Jean-Paul Goude is a French graphic designer, illustrator, photographer and advertising film director. He has formerly worked as art director at Esquire Magazine in New York during the 1970s, and famously choreographed the 1989 Bicentennial Parade in Paris to mark the 200th anniversary of the French Revolution. In addition, over the last three decades, he has created well known campaigns and illustrations for brands including Perrier, Citroën, Kodak, and Chanel.
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Jean-Paul Goude restyles Lacoste crocodile for ‘Holiday Collector' collection
Yahoo News - 5 months
Lacoste creative director Felipe Oliveira Baptista gave Jean-Paul Goude free rein to rework the iconic crocodile logo that has adorned the brand's polo shirts and ready-to-wear pieces for several decades. The new logo, capturing a kind of crocodile courting dance, will be used on garments in the brand's "Holiday Collector" line, due out from November. Best remembered for his work in the 1980s and 1990s with Grace Jones, and his adverts for Chanel and French department store Galeries Lafayette, Jean-Paul Goude has brought a personal twist to the iconic Lacoste crocodile.
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So Far So Goude: Jean-Paul Goude's influence on pop culture
CNN - 9 months
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Naomi Campbell stars in the latest fashionable tome with new book
Yahoo News - 10 months
Naomi Campbell is back in the spotlight following the promotional tour of her new coffee table book, "Naomi". The UK supermodel has joined forces with the publisher Taschen on a signed, limited edition collector's item that charts the meteoric success of her 30-year career at the top of the fashion food chain. Volume 1 showcases the star as styled and shot by famous photographers including Patrick Demarchelier, Jean-Paul Goude, Peter Lindbergh, Steven Meisel, Helmut Newton, Mario Testino, Ellen von Unwerth, and Bruce Weber.
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THE WEEK AHEAD | SEPT. 11-SEPT. 17
NYTimes - over 5 years
Art Dana Jennings The camera makes posers, if not poseurs, of us all, from the shy head-ducking amateur to the razor-cheeked pro, as is made clear in two new shows at the International Center of Photography: ''HARPER'S BAZAAR: A DECADE OF STYLE'' and ''SIGNS OF LIFE: PHOTOGRAPHS BY PETER SEKAER.'' The Harper's Bazaar exhibition distills the
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Glenda Bailey: the Bazaar vision of a fashion queen - Observer
Google News - over 5 years
Photograph: Jean-Paul Goude Glenda Bailey was two years old when she had her first fashion epiphany. She had been in hospital suffering from meningitis and, for a while, her parents were worried she might not pull through. "I remember coming out of
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'Harper's Bazaar's' 10 most noteworthy editorials - Philippine Star
Google News - over 5 years
“I have so many favorites, but in particular: Jean-Paul Goude's fantastical portraits of Naomi Campbell, William Klein's portfolio of designers and their team (Lanvin's Alber Elbaz brought a bus-full of people), Peter Lindbergh's cover of Kate Winslet
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Grace Jones - Hurricane - NOW Toronto
Google News - over 5 years
From the striking Jean-Paul Goude artwork to that man-eating voice and dark riddims courtesy of Sly and Robbie, Mikey Chung and Sticky Thompson, Grace Jones's 10th album – and first since 1989 – contains many ingredients from the pop
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Alexis Bittar Resort 2012 Lookbook is Surreally Awesome - StyleCaster
Google News - over 5 years
We're also getting a big Jean-Paul Goude avec Grace Jones creative whiff, thanks to the funky juxtaposition of the bald-headed mannequins and jewelry pieces in some of these photos. For the collection itself, the use of neons, nautical themes
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Harper Bazaar's Greatest Hits: In Print - StyleList
Google News - over 5 years
That spirit is particularly evident in Jean-Paul Goude's photograph of Naomi Campbell racing a cheetah in the 2009 feature, “Wild Things.” Another dynamic image from that year sees Sarah Jessica Parker sprinting across the Brooklyn Bridge in Chanel
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Jean-Paul Goude Directs the New Commercial for Prada Candy {Perfume Images & Ads} - Mimi Froufrou
Google News - over 5 years
The new commercial by Jean-Paul Goude underlines the irreverent yet subtly classic style of the new fragrance. In it, the character played by actress Léa Seydoux (The Beautiful Person) is taking inspiration from the iconic violin- or piano-teacher
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Robert Fulford: Postmodern love? - National Post (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Antonio Lopez and Jean-Paul Goude, assigned to make a maternity dress for Grace Jones, decided that her chiselled-looking, squared-off hair recalled Russian constructivism. They made her a constructivist gown, now enshrined in ads for the V&A show
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Harpers Bazaar's edited highlights - Telegraph.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
Naomi Campbell races a cheetah in an iconic US Harper's Bazaar fashion shoot by Jean-Paul Goude. Photo: Jean-Paul Goude Ten years ago, on September 12 2001, the day after the terrible events of 9/11, Glenda Bailey
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ORANGINA invente le spot déjanté - Les Échos
Google News - over 5 years
Pierre Etaix, Jean-Paul Goude, Alain Chabat, Jamel, Rémy Belvaux : ces artistes ont contribué au succès d'Orangina avec des publicités où se mêlent humour et fantaisie, décalage et second degré. Les plus fameux de ces films datent de 1994
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Beauty CULTure – Annenberg Photo Exhibit - SheWired
Google News - over 5 years
Works shot by famed photographers David LaChapelle, Jean-Paul Goude, Gilles Bensimon, Terry Richardson, and others, explore how our culture has defined, challenged, and crafted feminine beauty. In addition to over 170 photographs featured in the print
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Laura Levine: New York Rocker - New Yorker (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
It's a performance photo, so all credit for the lighting and propping goes to her stage designer (who—and I could be wrong—was probably Jean-Paul Goude, who was responsible for much of her amazing visuals at that time). I went through a period of
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Digging beneath the public persona - Bangkok Post
Google News - over 5 years
Actually I greatly admire Jean-Paul Goude, the French artist. His work always portrays an extreme artistic style - weird, colourful and paradoxical. So, yes, maybe that will be the creative inspiration for my next project. What expectations do you have
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jean-Paul Goude
    FIFTIES
  • 1992
    Age 52
    In 1992, he filmed an ad for Chanel Fragrance in which he put model Vanessa Paradis in a birdcage, because he thought she looked like Tweety.
    More Details Hide Details He also shot the campaign for Zen, Shiseido's parfum in which he asked the French actor and action talent Karl E. Landler to flip above the bottle. Some of Goude's most celebrated print campaigns have been for Galeries Lafayette, a leading Parisian department store. Proceeded by art directors, such as Jean Widmer (a student of Bauhaus teacher Johannes Itten) and Peter Knapp, Goude has worked with the company for more than 10 years, and has been given considerable creative freedom. He’s opted to shoot the on-going adventures of "a comic book character, half way between Hergé’s Tintin and a heroine of an early Pearl Buck novel". He has a son, Paulo, with his former muse, the model and performer Grace Jones (the two were never married). He has another son, Theo, and a daughter, Loreleï, with his wife Karen Park Goude.
  • FORTIES
  • 1984
    Age 44
    In 1984, Goude shot a spot for Kodak that followed the adventures of the Kodakettes, mischievous kids clad in red-and-white stripes.
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  • 1982
    Age 42
    Goude’s first television advertisement was a TV spot for Lee Cooper Jeans in 1982, in which he filmed a 10-minute mini opera set to Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring.
    More Details Hide Details He has also created advertisements for clients such as Azzedine Alaia, Perrier, and Cacharel.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1968
    Age 28
    In 1968, Harold Hayes, editor of Esquire Magazine, asked Goude to art direct a special edition of the magazine to celebrate its 75th issue.
    More Details Hide Details Several months later, Goude was asked to become the magazine's full-time art editor, despite having limited experience working with layouts. Goude told WWD, "Harold Hayes called and asked if I knew anyone that would be good for the job of art director; I proposed myself. A few days later, he offered me the job. I took everything I owned and moved to New York. I stayed for seven years and it was great, but I was not prepared for the literary world. I wish I had known more about it. I would see Gore Vidal in the hallways of Esquire. It was exciting." There, his illustrations for the magazine, including an oil-on-photo painting of Chairman Mao Zedong breasting the waves of the Yangtze River with a rubber Donald Duckie, have been described as skirting on the edges of surrealism.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1940
    Age 0
    Goude was born on 8 December 1940 in Saint-Mandé, a small suburb of Paris.
    More Details Hide Details Both his father, a French native, and his American mother, a former Broadway dancer, had been active in the New York show-business scene prior to his birth. In France, his mother ran a dance school, which he described as the ground for his "lifelong obsession with the dynamism of movement and form." She also inspired him by exposing him to different forms of print media. "At home, we received American magazines,” Goude told Vogue Magazine. “The advertising, in the 1960s, was extraordinary. The first time an issue of Esquire arrived with a cover by George Lois, I said to myself, that’s what I want to do." He studied at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs in Paris before embarking on his career as an illustrator.
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