just what I love, flipping through a fashion magazine seeing unrealistic shaped models wearing out of the stratosphere priced clothes that will NEVER be seen in the community in which I live. But I DO appreciate the art of the AD's. Thanks Sabrina, for giving me another reason to flip through the latest magazine in the break room. I actually loved this Fontainebleau ad, of which I 'lifted' the shades only.
The reflection in the lenses, one in crisp focus and one out of focus spoke to me. I hope you will see the irony as well. Sometimes we have to move slightly to see the true picture (or person). The Mark Twain quote:
You cannot depend on your eyes
when your imagination is out
I off stamped until I ran out of paper. And then used
Washi tape to mark the date. There is more fun Washi
tape running across the inside of the card.
Have a fantastically focused day, my artful friends.
Excuse me while I go clean my spectacles.
Date: Thursday, April 14, 2016 GMT Views: 819
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Thu, Apr 14, 2016 @ 9:49 AM
You sure do know how to bring an ad to life on your stunning cards! I was waiting in anticipation to see what you did on your card because you have a brilliant eye for bringing a great image from an Ad to life on a card. This one is amazing! The shades with the image - very artfully and wonderfully done.
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Thu, Apr 14, 2016 @ 10:52 AM
A very cool ad card, Susan. You make the most interesting cards and they are always so fun to see. Glad my eyes are focused so I can see them...and really clear.
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