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With bonsai in Japan. Image via Pinterest
For centuries, attractive women have been donning kimono’s in traditional styles. The modern woman knows how to flip the classic item into many forms — from cover-up to micro-mini-skirt dress when cinched.
Luckily, eBay has a myriad of authentic Kimono’s, such as this black vintage Flower/Phoenix number (pictured above), sold here. If you miss this one, take a look at all the other options of short Kimono’s. Beware, you may be tempted to purchase more than one.
Machine Man 2020. Written by Tom DeFalco, with Layouts by Herb Trimpe, and inks by Barry Windsor-Smith. Barry did the cover artwork as well.
h4ri said: awesome
Thanks! I am thinking about what I should draw next.
Loved working on this project. Go pre-order now!
Edit: As this is getting tons of notes (as in literally a thousand during one day) again, have a link to a tutorial thingy we made.
These Daft Punk merchandise ads do a great job of mimicking ads from the ’70s. The layouts, colours and type all evoke the decades’ graphic style.
Above, you can see one of their latest ads alongside a Coke ad from 1970. (The very same ad that Michael Bierut describes in the Helvetica film: “It’s the real thing. Period! Coke. Period! In Helvetica. Period! Any questions? Of course not. Drink Coke. Period! Simple.”)
For GQ’s April cover, the G I R L artist and producer talks to Zach Baron about politics (he’s calling 2016 for Hillary), the Tea Party, the hat-collection clamoring, and losing the Best Song Oscar.