Francisco Lachowski & Paolo Anchisi by Ellen von Unwerth in Shrek of a Guy | VMAN #18

April 12, 2010

Francisco Lachowski & Paolo Anchisi by Ellen von Unwerth in Shrek of a Guy | VMAN #18

Appearing in their second shoot together, Ford models Francisco Lachowski and Paolo Anchisi take on Shrek in VMAN’s upcoming issue, which hits newsstands April 20, 2010. Photographed by famed photographer Ellen von Unwerth and styled by Nicola Formichetti, Francisco and Paolo put their acting chops to the test with an animated spread to promote the US release of Shrek Forever After, which hits theaters May 21, 2010.

Francisco Lachowski & Paolo Anchisi by Ellen von Unwerth in Shrek of a Guy | VMAN #18
Francisco Lachowski & Paolo Anchisi by Ellen von Unwerth in Shrek of a Guy | VMAN #18
Francisco Lachowski & Paolo Anchisi by Ellen von Unwerth in Shrek of a Guy | VMAN #18
Francisco Lachowski & Paolo Anchisi by Ellen von Unwerth in Shrek of a Guy | VMAN #18
Francisco Lachowski & Paolo Anchisi by Ellen von Unwerth in Shrek of a Guy | VMAN #18

36 thoughts on “Francisco Lachowski & Paolo Anchisi by Ellen von Unwerth in Shrek of a Guy | VMAN #18”

  1. This is so cheesy and blatantly commercial. I wonder why Ellen von Unwerth agreed to shoot this project.

  2. This is so cheesy and blatantly commercial. I wonder why Ellen von Unwerth agreed to shoot this project.

  3. This is so cheesy and blatantly commercial. I wonder why Ellen von Unwerth agreed to shoot this project.

  4. This is so cheesy and blatantly commercial. I wonder why Ellen von Unwerth agreed to shoot this project.

  5. Initially VMan told Dreamworks that they wanted to do something similar to the Harper's BAZAAR spread on The Simpsons. But this is nothing like that. I don't see the relevance between characters and models. "Green is back in fashion"? Why, are these eco-friendly clothes or something??

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  6. Initially VMan told Dreamworks that they wanted to do something similar to the Harper's BAZAAR spread on The Simpsons. But this is nothing like that. I don't see the relevance between characters and models. "Green is back in fashion"? Why, are these eco-friendly clothes or something??

    A.

  7. Initially VMan told Dreamworks that they wanted to do something similar to the Harper's BAZAAR spread on The Simpsons. But this is nothing like that. I don't see the relevance between characters and models. "Green is back in fashion"? Why, are these eco-friendly clothes or something??

    A.

  8. Initially VMan told Dreamworks that they wanted to do something similar to the Harper's BAZAAR spread on The Simpsons. But this is nothing like that. I don't see the relevance between characters and models. "Green is back in fashion"? Why, are these eco-friendly clothes or something??

    A.

  9. There comes a point when I begin to be a bit judgmental when it comes to fashion, and this shoot, unfortunately is far beyond that point. Very awkward.

  10. There comes a point when I begin to be a bit judgmental when it comes to fashion, and this shoot, unfortunately is far beyond that point. Very awkward.

  11. There comes a point when I begin to be a bit judgmental when it comes to fashion, and this shoot, unfortunately is far beyond that point. Very awkward.

  12. There comes a point when I begin to be a bit judgmental when it comes to fashion, and this shoot, unfortunately is far beyond that point. Very awkward.

  13. I kind of think it's funny! It's not my favorite editorial ever, but I thought it was quite entertaining to see Francisco and Co with Shrek and Co.

  14. I kind of think it's funny! It's not my favorite editorial ever, but I thought it was quite entertaining to see Francisco and Co with Shrek and Co.

  15. I kind of think it's funny! It's not my favorite editorial ever, but I thought it was quite entertaining to see Francisco and Co with Shrek and Co.

  16. I kind of think it's funny! It's not my favorite editorial ever, but I thought it was quite entertaining to see Francisco and Co with Shrek and Co.

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