Annie Leibovitz is a world-class photographer best known for taking John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s portrait where the naked John was embracing fully clothed Yoko. One of her most popular series features a mash-up of Disney’s well-loved characters and famous Hollywood stars. Originally, Annie was approached by Disney for their “Year Of A Million Dreams” promotion. The concept was such a hit that Annie is still making the portraits. Her A-list subjects include: Jessica Biel as Pocahontas, David Beckham as Prince Phillip, Michael Phelps as a merman, Russel Brand as Captain Hook, Jennifer Lopez as Jasmine, and Marc Anthony as Alladin – to name just a few.
Yeondoo Jung is a young, creative, and resourceful Koreean photographer who turned childish whimsies into reality. In his one-of-a-kind series “Wonderland”, Jung took crayon drawings made by 5-7-year olds and carefully reproduced them. The sets, made entirely by hand are impressive enough by themselves. It is the novel concept behind “Wonderland” that few mainstream photographers would have thought of.