Wednesday, October 19, 2011

art | Breakfast at Tiffany's

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This is a scene from one of my favorite old movies, "Breakfast at Tiffany's". It is one of those movies I put off seeing for so long and I'm not really sure why. I finally saw it in high school and was immediately captured by Holly Golightly's style and free spirit (and the way she could pull off pigtails!).

This is from a classic scene where her and "Fred" steal masks from a 5-and-Dime store in New York City because they were spending the whole day doing things that they have never done before.

The mix of "classic-meets-graphic" in this scene is something that immediately caught my eye. This is the first piece directly inspired by a movie from this era, but certainly not the last.

(I had to add the dash of color for my own aesthetic, but please know it can be left out).

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