Graffiti and Grunge: Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2013 Ads

Photos: Fashioncopious

Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2013 ads.

Following the release of Louis Vuitton's sleek and clean checkerboard Spring 2013 ads, Marc Jacobs went a grungier route for his Marc by Marc Jacobs campaign.

Known for his quirky and creative campaign concepts, Jacobs is probably the only person who could make a toilet look trendy.

The Juergen Teller-lensed ads, seen on Fashion Copious, feature a jeans and funky collared shirt-clad model wedged sideways in the stall of a tiny graffiti-covered bathroom that looks straight out of a hipster lower east side bar.

A women mixes a knee-length skirt, top, over-sized bag and headscarf in sorbet shades of pink and orange. Set against another graffiti backdrop, the vibrant clashing colors create a positive, playful and eclectically-chic appeal.

Take away: Loud colors and mixing prints are in for spring!