Erwin Olaf in Paris

© Erwin Olaf

Dreaming of cover art for their thirteenth album, Parisian new wave band Indochine decided to commission Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf: known for, among other things, designing the Netherlands’ euro coins in 2014, and collaborating with architect Rem Koolhaas on some very striking public toilets in Groningen. Then, taking inspiration from the phantasmagorical paintings of outsider artist Henry Darger, Olaf decided to shoot thirteen little girls in mysterious pastel costumes in front of a disused radio station in the Dutch countryside. The result? This extraordinary image.
To celebrate the record’s release, Galerie Rabouan Moussion will exhibit Olaf’s artworks and a video showing how they were made, as well as offering signed copies for fans.

More information at: Galerie Rabouan Moussion