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Vogue Paris Illustration


My rendition of Lara Stone for Vogue Paris September 2009!  

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mom & son said…
Beautiful portrait!

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it's is really cool! and also is delicate!
lovely post
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Tim said…
effing incredible my beautiful bella babe!
Alex said…
Wonderful work, girlfriend! Can almost reach out and touch the lead on my computer screen. Beautiful. I love seeing your art continue to progress, and I love you!
jeanine romo said…
OMG!! In love :)

xx,
Jeanine
Anonymous said…
Amazing Amazing Amazing Amazing!!!!! How many times and ways can I say it without sounding like a total stalker!!!

XOX
Kori said…
This is amazing...wow. I'm having a new giveaway to celebrate Spring! Enter if you haven't already! Kori xoxo

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beautiful work!
Tereza Anton said…
Hello there! I just found your pretty and cool blog.
This is my blog http://drastic-plastic-fantastic-plastic.blogspot.com/
Please take a look if you want and if you like it please follow and I will follow you back.
Just let me know; I hope you don't think that I'm rude :)
Thank you so much,
Tereza
Rachel said…
You have real talent here missy! Ever thought of sending to Nylon or other mags? Thank you for letting is see it xoxo
beautiful work really!

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Lauren said…
Beautiful. It looks just like her! So beautiful! You have so much talent, Bella it amazes me every single time! What else ae you working on?
Hope you have a great weekend!
Kisses

I just saw your B24 feature!
I Live For It said…
You are SO unbelievably talented! I am so envious. :) I wish I was gifted with the ability to draw! You're so lucky! I'd give anything to have a rad drawing of me like this! You're amazzzzing!!! Can't wait to see more of your work. :)

I Live For It

Xx. Jewls and Liza
Sassi said…
you are so talented. amazing!
X
Maddalena said…
lovely!
Kata said…
This is very pretty!:)

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Kata
Anonymous said…
I love it! You are very very talented!
Hi! Beautiful post! you are an artist!! I have just discovered your blog and I follow you! Kisses from Paris!
Emma Skye said…
You have some crazy, amazing talent xx
ediot said…
you're so talented, this is fantastic. love it.
i can't wait to see more and more of your work
hope you're having a good weekend
x
Marissa said…
OMG! Speechless Bella!
wow! amazing drawing! <3

http://mary-jane-girl.blogspot.com/
stunning work x

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