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martes, 31 de enero de 2012

Alexsandro Palombo becomes famous on characters in 'The Simpsons'


World of design icons such as Karl Lagerfeld, Donatella Versace and Chanel Coco changed their skin tone yellow and adopted the figure of Homer and Marge Simpsons, artwork by artist Alexsandro Palombo, which is considered the "father of a satire about fashion. "

The Italian Palombo, who has a studio in New York, said that with these twelve illustrations, appeared in his blog Humor Chic, aims to create "pure art, entertainment and awaken the imagination," and that "each viewer sees in them what I want. "

The cartoons show the creatures Matt Groening Yellow transfigured into designers like Donatella Versace and daughter Allegra, Marc Jacobs, Coco Chanel and Karl Lagerfed in journalists like the editor of Vogue, Anna Wintour, Suzy Menkes criticism, or the Queen the "burlesque" Dita Von Teese.

"The I chose them because they are the most iconic and the most fun," said Palombo, who decided to combine fashion with cartoons of pop culture because it "is more attractive."

Palombo (Salento, 1973), known for designing knitwear with which marched on the Fashion Week in Milan and with whom dressed rock stars like Sheryl Crow, has focused since 2007 on providing insight from your blog satirical fashion.

Italian illustrator and anorexia reported, reflecting one of his drawings in the face of the late British singer Amy Winehouse with the body of a skeleton or the struggle of the U.S. first lady, Michelle Obama, for better power children in this country, with a similar picture.

He has also made other provocative drawings as showing the Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler wearing a jacket emblazoned Louis Vuitton and drinking Coca-Cola, the brand Fendi hunting Bambi or dressed Wintour mafia. "Society is provocative, I'm just honest," he said Palombo, who defines his blog as "a portrait Society Journal, an illustrated view of the customs, culture, fashion and celebrities," adding that, when you start drawing, you know "where to start, but not where it ends."

Palombo's work will be at the next Fashion Week in New York, but declined to reveal yet how, since it is a "surprise."

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