After coming across the amazing images from Marilyn Monroe’s Last Photo shoot for Vogue 1962 I was compelled to make paper art pieces capturing the essence in black and white.
And because I love them somuch here are more images from this incredible shoot.
Tomorrow is both Cinco de Mayo and the Kentucky Derby. I couldn’t decide which event to illustrate so I did a piece for both.
First up is Cinco de Mayo and I decided everyone needs a Piñata Purse. You just know it has to be full of goodies. If not money than definitely sweets. And what could be better than that? The Margarita doesn’t hurt either. This drawing was originally inspired by this photo of Dita Von Teese for Cointreau, then the purse idea, last her colorful companion sprung to life.
For the Derby I immediately thought of Eliza Doolittle’s day at the races. So for this one my trusty blade came out for a quick paper cutting session. It’s all about the hat!
No reading list this week. Just artwork. Hope to see you all again Monday.
Images: Cinco de Mayo & Doolittle Derby by DCT
I am so obsessed these days with what incredible things artists can do with paper.
First Yulia Brodskaya images for Neiman Marcus Holiday Catalog. Tis the season.
But here are a few more artist I have discovered lately. I mean WOW!
Emma Van Lest
Here is an article on his process.
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