Henry Wolf for Karastan carpets
An excellently memorable and surreal campaign photographed by Henry Wolf for Karastan carpets employed an elaborate multi-part process in which birds and their associated props were photographed; those silhouette prints were placed inside specially constructed miniature rooms with skewed proportions to create an illusion of depth. The resulting tableau was then reshot with a large camera. The carpeted rooms incorporate subtle differences in architectural style and sly visual references – see the Albers serigraph and Manet painting in the photo below.
The Karastan campaign came from ad agency Ally & Gargano; Tom Wolsey was art director.