A Still from Dior's new menswear campaign, featuring Raymond Pettibon's work
A Still from Dior's new menswear campaign, featuring Raymond Pettibon's work

Raymond Pettibon paints the Dior logo

Unseen works by the American artist feature in Dior’s latest collection and campaign

Raymond Pettibon might be best-known for his punk past, but he draws from a wide range of influences, from James Joyce and John Dryden through to old comic books and baseball stars.

Now, Kim Jones, artistic director of Dior Homme, has drawn on Pettibon’s work for the fashion house’s new menswear collection and campaign, working Pettibon’s text, drawings and brushwork into the clothes and the accompanying imagery. 

 

A Still from Dior's new menswear campaign, featuring Raymond Pettibon's work
A Still from Dior's new menswear campaign, featuring Raymond Pettibon's work

“We selected some of our favourite pieces of Raymond’s work which had never been seen or shown before because they were things I loved,” Jones told WDD.com.  

While the actual works might be obscure, Pettibon’s signature style is easy to recognise in the garments – some of which reproduce his version of the Mona Lisa.  

 

A Still from Dior's new menswear campaign, featuring Raymond Pettibon's work
A Still from Dior's new menswear campaign, featuring Raymond Pettibon's work

Indeed, for the campaign, Dior’s logo has been reworked with Pettibon’s signature brushstrokes.  

 

Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work
Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work

For a deeper grasp of Pettibon's work buy a copy of his most comprehensive monograph to date, Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work.