Did you get the memo that Black and White is trending?
In case you didn’t I’m here to tell you it is everywhere including artwork.
Someone even purchased it from the Blog Post which is Awesome!
While this artwork is not Black and White many of the prints I was sourcing for the She Cave project were.
More on that space in a future post so stay tuned.
Some of my favorite art prints are shown on the board below.
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Like To Know It Board
I absolutely LOVE the Newspaper Art Prints with colorful butterflies.
I think they are so FUN!!
“Yves Saint Laurent”– Yves Saint Laurent, French designer with two fashion models, Betty Catroux (left) and Loulou de la Falaise, outside his ‘Rive Gauche’ shop.
Perfect for a gallery art wall or alone in the larger size.
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST– 1959—Lady Daphne Cameron (Mrs. George Cameron) on a tiger skin rug in the trophy room at socialite Laddie Sanford’s home in Palm Beach, Florida.
I love everything about this so I included it again.
Marilyn In Grand Central Station– New York, March 24: Actress Marilyn Monroe takes the subway in Grand Central Station on March 24, 1955 in New York City, New York.
Considering the NYC subway system is shut down at night for cleaning for the first time in history this print is very fitting right now.
Audrey Hepburn 3– Love this technique and artwork so much I included it more than once!
KARL LAGERFELD AND YVES SAINT LAURENT– CAUGHT IN A MOMENT. Karl Lagerfeld and Yves Saint Laurent ring in the wedding of Paloma Picasso and Rafael Lopez Sanchez in Paris, 1978.
This brings me back to my Fashion Design FIT days.
BARDOT POSES– Captured by photographer Leonard De Raemy in 1967, the iconic French actress Brigitte Bardot poses mid-scene while filming ‘Two Weeks in September” on beach in North Berwick, Scotland.
I think this is just a cool vibe shot!
Marilyn- Butterflies 3– Clearly I love this newspaper printed art with the colorful butterflies!
Breakfast at Tiffany’s poster- Audrey Hepburn– Another great one for a black & white photography gallery wall.
Paul Newman, Venice– Photographer Archivio Camera snapped this shot of American actor Paul Newman in 1963 during a water taxi excursion with Venice’s St Mark’s Square in the background.
Just a cool dude and my dad LOVED watching his movies!
Marilyn Monroe – Edition of 80– Another newspaper print artwork. Love the pastel colors.
Pink Accessory– Film star Joan Collins in a pink and white bedroom with an accessory pink poodle, circa 1955.
Because Pink is my favorite color after Black of course!
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I’ve included a few extras because there are just so many inspiring pieces.
Let me know in the blog comments if you have a favorite!
Have an awesome night full of Unicorns and Rainbows!
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