Hong Kong goldfish market, version finale - Le blog de Stéphanie Ledoux

Hong Kong goldfish market, version finale - Le blog de Stéphanie Ledoux

Des portraits et des collages aux frontières de l’imaginaire @Corée #dessin #Graphisme #illustration

Des portraits et des collages aux frontières de l’imaginaire @Corée #dessin #Graphisme #illustration

Stéphanie Ledoux - Carnets de voyage Frida par Stéphanie Ledoux

Stéphanie Ledoux - Carnets de voyage Frida par Stéphanie Ledoux


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Omgosh Heather ~ this young girl looks so much like you when you were a youth, I can't get over the resemblance!!!

Omgosh Heather ~ this young girl looks so much like you when you were a youth, I can't get over the resemblance!!!

中原淳一 Junichi Nakahara (1913 - 1988), Kawaga Prefecture    Junichi Nakahara was one of the top leaders in fashion illustration during the first half of the 1900's and his artwork of wide eyed women is often referred to as the forerunner of manga.

中原淳一 Junichi Nakahara (1913 - 1988), Kawaga Prefecture Junichi Nakahara was one of the top leaders in fashion illustration during the first half of the 1900's and his artwork of wide eyed women is often referred to as the forerunner of manga.

Dominique Fortin...    http://intranet.saintdizier.com/images/art/276-dominique-fortin-totem-30x48-low.jpg

Dominique Fortin... http://intranet.saintdizier.com/images/art/276-dominique-fortin-totem-30x48-low.jpg

"Frida Kahlo in a hospital bed, drawing her corset w/ help of a mirror by Juan Guzmán, 1951.  Kahlo wore plaster corsets for most of her life because her spine was too weak to support itself. She painted them naturally covering them with pasted scraps of fabric and drawings of tigers, monkeys, plumed birds, a blood-red hammer & sickle, & streetcars like the one whose handrail rammed through her body when she was eighteen years old. The corsets remain to this day in her famous blue house."

"Frida Kahlo in a hospital bed, drawing her corset w/ help of a mirror by Juan Guzmán, 1951. Kahlo wore plaster corsets for most of her life because her spine was too weak to support itself. She painted them naturally covering them with pasted scraps of fabric and drawings of tigers, monkeys, plumed birds, a blood-red hammer & sickle, & streetcars like the one whose handrail rammed through her body when she was eighteen years old. The corsets remain to this day in her famous blue house."

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