People Of Note
People Of Note
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Artists, Victor Nizovtsev, Sirens, Red Hair, Mermaid Art, Sea, Redhair, Book Illustration, Oil Painting
Siren song Victor Nizovtsev 1965 Russian Fantasy painter Tutt'Art Mermaid red hair
Lovely redhair mermaid
HD Print Painting on Canvas Victor Nizovtsev Mermaid Art Deco Abstract 24x40 in.
Victor Nizovtsev, 1965 ~ Siren song. Fantasy mermaid oil painting
The word mermaid is a compound of the Old English mere (sea), and maid (a girl or young woman). The equivalent term in Old English was merewif. They are conventionally depicted as beautiful with long flowing hair. They are sometimes equated with the Sirens of Greek mythology, half-bird femme fatales whose enchanting voices drew sailors onto the rocks of their island, shipwrecking them.
Victor Nizovtsev's paintings have some of the narrative character of Golden Age children’s book illustration, and draw on influences from Art Nouveau, Symbolist and other 19th century painters but have a contemporary feel. | Cultura Inquieta
Unknown artist... Perhaps it is by Victor Nizovtsev?
Audrey, classic style icon
Beautiful Photos, Summer Outfit, Hello Sunshine, Vintage Pictures, Audrey Hepburn, Casual Elegant, Audreyhepburn, Fall Outfit, 1950
Total summer outfit
Audrey Hepburn - 1950
The Simply Luxurious Life: Why Not . . . Be Casually Elegant?
hello sunshine! <3
Yves Saint Laurent, Laurent Portraits, Yves Saintlaurent, Fashion Icons, Fashion Design, Men Fashion, Yvessaintlaurent, Ysl, Charms Man
Yves Henri Donat Mathieu-Saint-Laurent, known as Yves Saint Laurent (1936-2008) was a French fashion designer. In 1985, Caroline Rennolds Milbank wrote, "The most consistently celebrated and influential designer of the past twenty-five years, YSL can be credited with both spurring Haute Couture's rise from its sixties ashes and with finally rendering ready-to-wear reputable." He introduced the tuxedo suit for women and was the first designer to use ethnic models in his runway shows.
Magazine Covers, Editorial, Jeff Bridges, Dude, Esquire Magazines, Jeffbridg, Esquire Uk, Magazines Covers, Design
This cover has a very simple design that is approachable and interesting. I enjoy the typeface that "Jeff Bridges" is written in because it sort of looks hand written yet it is very legible and has a nice flow to it. I also like that Jeff Bridges isn't aligned in the very middle of the cover like magazines often do. This highlights the uniqueness of the magazine and makes Bridges look more like a normal, average guy who more people can relate to and not the huge celebrity that he is.
Esquire magazine cover with typography by Jeff Bridges + layout and photography by Rick Guest (2010)
The Dude can draw. More evidence that hand-lettering is in: not only is Jeff Bridges on the cover of Esquire UK, so is his typography. The ...