M.   /   November 07, 2009   /   23 Comments

Eva is featured on the cover of the December issue of Tatler UK and we have a preview in our gallery. Now we need scans! 😉

I’ve also added a brand new gorgeous nude portrait of Eva. 🙂

Thanks to Maz M for the heads-up.

23 Responses to “Eva Green for Tatler UK and the Daily Mail”
  1. George Says:

    Wow! All I can say is Unforget-table!

    Thanks Maz M and Miss M !

  2. Paolo Says:

    Astonishing!

  3. Marie Says:

    Oh god!

    She looks terribly divine…

    Thank you so much Maz M and Miss M 😉

  4. George Says:

    Mata: may I suggest a photo for December’s calendar page 🙂 ?

  5. irina Says:

    She is a goddess!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. Tango_down Says:

    Once again, for someone who doesn’t feel confident with her body, it’s surprising how Eva knows how to use her body in an artistic way, the portrait looks unreal ! It looks like more a painting than a photography, but you know today with photoshop, everything is possible. But if it’s all on the photograph, I would say : “chapeau bas !”

    George : December sounds too cold with Eva wearing that dress 😉

  7. Nikos Says:

    WOW – OMG – I just Fell on the Floor!!!
    And it is very hard for this Spartan to get up! The Lady is BEAUTIFUL!!!
    Sas Agopo Eva,
    Nikos

  8. George Says:

    Tango_down: You are right in terms of the northern hemisphere. But Eva has a lot of friends in the southern hemisphere too 🙂 So, I insist in my proposal Mata.

    PS off topic but relevant: “Mona Lisa” seems to be alive as Mickey Rourke implies here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/moslive/article-1225267/Living-12-years-disgrace-money-isnt-easy-Mickey-Rourke-fight-life.html

  9. EvaAnne Says:

    A bit of a surprise! (I got the impression Eva wasn’t so keen on baring it all, anymore) But a beautiful beautiful photo. Eva looks sensual and stunning!

  10. carol82 Says:

    Eva is spectacular in the picture.
    We’ll have to wait to see the full interview! Insurance that is very good.

  11. Ajual Says:

    Tango_Down : Personnaly, I don’t think this is too photoshopped. I mean, it doesn’t seem the photographer changed her curves or anything, but just adjusted contrasts, and softened the light. But maybe that’s what you wanted to say 😉 And anyway, this is obviously a polemic subject, the use of post-treatment or not, and I think nowadays, it’s not necessary a bad thing, when it’s beautifully done like here, or not abusive.

    And I think you can see that she’s not “that” comfortable” (even if gorgeous) she seems a bit tense judging by her pose. Of course, who wouldn’t ? 😀

  12. Vesper 007 Says:

    She’s simply stunning! A real goddess and absolutely beautiful.

  13. Tango_down Says:

    George : As long as the border line between the two hemispheres is around Sahara I wonder how you could be concerned by the South one :p
    The two people who’ll think normal to see Eva nude in December are Monique and Marton, without considering for the last one the possibility that he could be in London during next month.

    Mata well known as The southern hemisphere’s calendar maker : I want as well to order my “Eva in ski suit” page for August 2010 😉

    Ajual : I think we don’t and we never won’t. You could say she’s not photoshopped at all while she really is, and I could say she’s too much while she’s not at all. No way to check on that one.
    Even changing the light and adjusting contrast is already fiddle with the picture for me. Helmut Newton would never had been Helmut Newton if he had photoshop.
    But I think it depends on the definition you have of photography, for some people it’s all about the great and perfect picture, for others it’s about stolen instant. I’m more part of the second one 😉

  14. ajual Says:

    I myself am part of the second one two. And if you must know, for me, the Helmut shot was far more strong, intense and had a character of its own. I’m just saying that the use of photoshop in art photography is somehow – and unfortunately or not – part of our days (pardon, je me rends compte que mon anglais est bien approximatif) This picture is obviously photoshopped but at last they didn’t seem to have alterated her whole figure, like they usually do. So I guess this is acceptable for me. Bien sûr c’est un sujet difficile, et je serais heureuse d’en parler plus concrètement avec toi (et en français) si je ne craignais pas d’envahir la partie commentaire de ce site. 😉

  15. George Says:

    I cannot imagine photoshop in sculptures like Aphrodite of Milos 🙂 …

  16. Tango_down Says:

    Ajual : Désolé, mais comme tu peux le voir, je ne parle pas du tout français ! 😀
    Non sérieusement tu m’as surprise je croyais au regard de ton pseudo que tu étais espagnole ou du moins d’un pays hispanophone 🙂

    Of course Photoshop® (with copyright plz 🙂 is part of ours days as you said, and I’ve seen lot of wonderful, original, funny or intriguing creations using that tool, and I believe we haven’t finished to discover the craziest and most surprising yet. But it’s not the same thing when you clearly claim that you’re using that tool to create an artistic work, and when you use it on something which can be considered already as a work, trying to make it looking better, like perfection, but without mentionning the use of the software. It’s like cheating or whatever…
    The question is : On that kind of photography, a portrait of a real woman, what does the photograph expect by using photoshop ? What does he want to provoke on people’s mind ? Does he want to make things more perfect than they already are ? Does he want to reach the extreme and absolute peak of perfection ?
    If it’s all about fulfil an infinite dissatisfaction or the expression of an exacerbated perfectionism, which only goal is to represent the perfect woman, the one who doesn’t exist, the one who belongs to another world, high in the sky… Well, I would say you’re not making Art, but just expressing your own fantasy or faith. You’ve gone past a limit, putting too much of your own in your work.
    Eva is real and she belongs to everyone, not to a single photograph who wants to appropriate her with his fantasies.
    That’s why I respect Helmut Newton’s works, because he took all those women as they are, and gave to us, the public, the possibility to marvel at them with a taste of reality. That’s what I call Art, the Art which is a reflection of the reality. And if an artist if tempted to paint the perfection, the best one he can have is the one he can find on Earth.

  17. Ajual Says:

    Perfect rhetoric ! As a matter of fact, I have nothing to add. Really. En vérité, si évidemment, mais de façon générale, je suis d’accord avec toi, et j’avoue que ton anglais semble me paralyser 😀

    En ce qui concerne le pseudo, c’est amusant, car au premier abord, le tien est également quelque peu déconcertant 😉

  18. Tango_down Says:

    Ajual : N’aies surtout pas peur de débattre 😉 Il fut un temps où l’on pouvait atteindre les 40-50 commentaires par article/news, avec des messages très long de la part de chacun. Aujourd’hui c’est plus calme, j’ai envie de dire malheureusement…

    C’est vrai, je te fais la remarque sur ton pseudo alors que je suis le 1er concerné avec le mien 🙂 A l’origine c’est un code radio qu’on peut comprendre avec un minimum de bon sens anglophone, avec une connotation très sombre, voire morbide. Mais je l’ai gardé parce que beaucoup le prennent aussi au sens littéral et pensent qu’il est lié à la musique, ce qui pour un “fan” d’Astor Piazolla n’est pas sans me déplaire. Finalement, à l’instar de la musique qu’il mentionne, c’est un pseudo qui cultive le rouge et le noir 😉

  19. George Says:

    Tango_down (and Ajual): you know that your comments are spiritual and inspiring. Don’t let us miss quantums of this inspiration 🙂
    (I refer to those people who their French teacher was so seductive, that they didn’t pay any attention to the content of their French lessons, …malheureusement!) 🙂

  20. Tango_down Says:

    George : It might has been a misunderstanding, you learned the French tongue instead of the language (in french tongue and language is the same word : langue)
    Nothing interesting then, we talked about our nicknames 😉

  21. George Says:

    Tango_down: 🙂 🙂 I would like to be this way but I am afraid it was too platonic.
    Talking about nicknames I will reveal to the EGW audience the origin of your nickname and its association with Eva. Follow my coherence:
    Eva Green -> Cracks -> Jordan Scott -> Ridley Scott -> Black Hawk down -> code Tango down

    This is one option. I have another one with Bertolucci… 🙂

  22. Tango_down Says:

    George : I prefer the last tango, down in Paris 😉

    I didn’t imagine Sir Scott was Black Hawk Down’s director, it appears to be weird at first but not impossible then.

  23. George Says:

    Tango_down: Me too… Less blood, more butter 🙂