It was no typical love story when a zombie hunting bombshell cozied up with a couple of robots for a CR Fashion Book photo shoot.
But it was sexy.
Resident Evil actress and model, Milla Jovovich, recently brought a “digital love story” to life with the robotic members of Daft Punk.
The group told the Huffington Post that the images were “a celebration of the massive success of Random Access Memories, Daft Punk’s comeback album. They also said of the shoot, it was, “inspired not by ‘memories’ but by impressions of the future, symbolic of Daft Punk’s new approach to music in the digital age.”
“This album is about technology going toward humanity, in a world where humanity is going towards technology,” the robots said.
"We tried to capture robotic emotions with music, replacing this time our electronic machines by real human beings. After having made three albums, we were looking for a fourth album we had not yet done. We’ve been making music as Daft Punk for 20 years, and we are always trying to feel like beginners. Going in a studio for the first time felt exciting because it was something new. With ‘Random Access Memories,’ we ultimately decided we wanted to do a record we could not have done at home.”
The French duo and electronic music makers known as Daft Punk (aka: Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter) won two Grammy’s in 2007 for their album Alive 2007, you can check out their new single out now called “Lose Yourself To Dance.”
Milla is currently working on a return to the big screen in Resident Evil 6.
Check out some of the photos by Mathieu César for CRFashionbook.com.