Hi folks! Yesterday I saw an important exhibition in Barcelona: a tribute to the great Stanley Kubrick. These sketches were to design some garments in “2001 A space odyssey” film.
Thanks for your visits !
By Amies, H. – White dress for a scientist woman
By Amies, H. – Outfit for a scientist woman
By Amies, H. – Ocher outfit for a scientist woman
By Amies, H. – Detail of ocher stockings
Hi Folks, as you know ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ not only was an important film, also was a real story during the ‘great depression’ of the thirties between:
Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.
The famous Theadora Van Runkle designed the costumes for this movie.
Here we’ve got some great sketches for our delight.
By Van Runkle, T. – Lingerie design for Bonnie
By Van Runkle, T. – Costumes design for Clyde
💞Thanks for your visits!
🚔🚔🚔 Aww 😮❗❗❗
Thanks so much! ¡Un millón de gracias, Patricia!
Dear friends and followers, I publish this unexpected post because Patricia Alvárez one member of this community has given us, a great contribution with the tip that she suggested. This is the movie:
In mid-1920s Copenhagen, portrait artist Gerda Wegener (Alicia Vikander) asks her husband, popular landscape artist Einar Wegener (Eddie Redmayne), to stand in for a female model who is late to come to their flat to pose for a painting she’s working on.
The act of posing as a female figure unmasks Einar’s lifelong identification as a woman, whom she has named Lili Elbe. This sets off a progression, first tentative and then irreversible, of leaving behind the identity as Einar, which she has struggled to maintain all her life.
This takes place as both Lili and Gerda relocate to Paris; Gerda’s portraits of Lili in her feminine state attract serious attention from art dealers in a way that her previous portraiture had not. It is there that Gerda tracks down art dealer Hans Axgil (Matthias Schoenaerts), a childhood friend of Lili (Hans had been the first boy who had ever kissed her as Lili).
Hans and Gerda’s mutual attraction is a challenge, as Gerda is navigating her changing relationship to Lili; but Hans’ long-time friendship with and affection for Lili cause him to be supportive of both Lili and Gerda.
The official trailer
The full movie
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By Rafael Alberti – Spiral of light, shadow and wind Una espiral de luz, sombra y viento
By Frederick II the Great, of Prussia – Sketch of palace in Potsdam
By J.W. Goethe – A journey’s sketch from Sicily
By Franz Kafka – Fencing
By Yves Saint Laurent – Marina chérie
By John Lennon – The former beatle seen by himself
By Arnold Schoenberg – A sheet music colored by the composer
By Emily Jane Brontë – Sketch of the dog of the novelist
By Victor Hugo – Sketch of a mysterious castle on a hill
By Gabriel Fauré – A portrait of his coeval composer Messager
By Anthony Quinn – A female nude in the beach
By Johan August Strindberg – Sketches for my sweetheart
By Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc – A view of the Mont Blanc
By Robert Herlth – Sketch to the german film directed by Joe May ‘Asphalt’ 1929
By Guillermo del Toro – An sketch of the filmmaker
By Erik Satie – Whimsical building
By Ernest Hemingway – From Taos Pueblo (or Pueblo de Taos)
By Bob Dylan – ‘How does it feel, to be without a home, like a complete unknown…’
By Pisanello – Studies of costumes and head
By Curradi, Francesco – Study of a leg, skirt, sock, and shoe
By Jones, Inigo – A fancy dress for women
By Degas – A woman wearing a dress of his era
By López, Antonio – Mens jacket and vest
By Gainsborough, T. – Girl baring a tit
By Ingres – Drapery study
By Klimt – A design about blouse and jacket
By Paul, K. – Design for the dress of Holly Golightly’s character in the film of Blake Edwards
By Greuze – Male model posing with suit
By Arcimboldo – Costume drawing of a woman with torch
By Lippi, Filippo – Puckered on sleeve and shoulders
By Helleu – Boy reading wearing a suit
By Modigliani – Girl wearing a pamela
By Renoir – Unknown title
By Gimignani, Ludovico – Study of liturgical garb
By Rubens – People dressing costumes of his era
By Bakst, Leon – Design for a female dress with a butterfly for the back
By Klimt – Three quarters jacket design
By Watteau – Three views of a long dress woman
By Wilkie, David – The earring
By Da Vinci – Study of garments