The marriage of David LaChapelle’s vivid, high-octane images with graphic artist, Tadanori Yokoo’s super-saturated designs, is an astonishing showcase for lollipop giddiness. LaChapelle exaggerates the artificiality of fame and Hollywood culture in a head-on collision of color, plastic, and whimsy. His photographs challenge ideas of taste and celebrity, while taking us on a roller coaster ride through a hyper-sensationalized galaxy. L’il Kim becomes the ultimate status symbol, tattooed in the Louis Vuitton pattern. Madonna rises from pink waters as a mystical dragon princess. Pamela Anderson hatches out of an egg. One of the seminal photographic books of the twentieth century.