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Tuesday
May062014

Curio: Kate Gabrielle's Punny Prints

Alexa here with your weekly art post. Kate Gabrielle is many things: style blogger, cat lover, doodler of flappersjewelry maker, classic film lover.  She is also a sometime painter (you can buy prints at her etsy shop) and lover of puns.

I've been a fan of her "puns intended" series for some time, especially the pieces that are mash-ups of modern art and Hollywood. Anyone who can paint Ernest Borgnine into a Max Ernst surrealistic landscape is brilliant in my book. Here are some highlights including "The Matisse Falcon" after the jump

"Chagall About Eve"

"The Matisse Falcon"

"Patton Leather"


"Ernst Borgnine""Ballet Lugosi"

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I really like the first two, but the rest leave me cold.

May 6, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterBill_the_Bear

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