Ignasi Monreal’s re-imagining of ‘The Garden of Earthly Delights’ by Heironymus Bosch (1490-1510), which was created for Gucci as part of the Italian luxury brand’s spring/summer 2018 campaign, ‘Utopian Fantasy’.Ignasi Monreal’s re-imagining of ‘The Garden of Earthly Delights’ by Heironymus Bosch (1490-1510), which was created for Gucci as part of the Italian luxury brand’s spring/summer 2018 campaign, ‘Utopian Fantasy’.
Ignasi Monreal’s re-imagining of ‘The Garden of Earthly Delights’ by Heironymus Bosch (1490-1510), which was created for Gucci as part of the Italian luxury brand’s spring/summer 2018 campaign, ‘Utopian Fantasy’.

How Gucci reimagined Renaissance art for ‘Utopian Fantasy’ collection

Brand’s creative director Alessandro Michele and Spanish artist Ignasi Monreal inspired by iconic paintings to help launch its spring/summer 2018 collection

Topic |   Gucci
Ignasi Monreal’s re-imagining of ‘The Garden of Earthly Delights’ by Heironymus Bosch (1490-1510), which was created for Gucci as part of the Italian luxury brand’s spring/summer 2018 campaign, ‘Utopian Fantasy’.Ignasi Monreal’s re-imagining of ‘The Garden of Earthly Delights’ by Heironymus Bosch (1490-1510), which was created for Gucci as part of the Italian luxury brand’s spring/summer 2018 campaign, ‘Utopian Fantasy’.
Ignasi Monreal’s re-imagining of ‘The Garden of Earthly Delights’ by Heironymus Bosch (1490-1510), which was created for Gucci as part of the Italian luxury brand’s spring/summer 2018 campaign, ‘Utopian Fantasy’.
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