Wednesday, March 29, 2006

yeye


Inspired by French 'yeye' singer France Gall.

16 comments:

Marmax said...

I like the feel of it. Very warm and soft.

Dik Pose said...

Whoa! Sooo nice!... Love it.

Dave Pimentel said...

Very beautiful Jenny!

monday-morgue said...

beautiful drawings.

Victor Ens said...

Wow !
These drawings have a very beautyful fluid line. They are very pleasant to look at. Good work !

Jeff Pidgeon said...

Nice!

MrBubblesNSunshine said...

HOly Moly!

This is beautiful.

How much??!

Bob Logan

Rocco said...

Nice drawing. If you know France Gall, you probably know the following blog already, but if not, check it out for everything '60s mod!

The World of Kane

tygriffin said...

That's the haircut I always figured I'd do once I turned 40. Short and sassy. I've decided to wait till I'm 60. :D

Justin Ridge said...

Very beautiful!

emu-tagebuch said...

would you mind if i get this drawing tattooed? soooo sweeeet :)

David said...

This is absolutely wonderful! I had just written a MOG post about France Gall and was searching for photos of her when I stumbled on this.

Jenny said...

Thank you so much, David! Now I have to go read your post.
: )

David said...

This should help you out. ;)
http://mog.com/Pseudo_Cyborg/blog_post/68640

Jenny said...

Thanks for the link, David! I used "mog" as a search and found that site(after discovering your profile is un secret). Loved it!
My husband and I were having a ball watching the videos...got us all into looking up Chantal Goya, Hardy, etc. Boy, do I love youtube.

Have you seen the "World Of Kane" blog(there's a link on my other, 'Blackwing Diaries' blog to Kane)? He had some terrific entries on the girls of this era. Then there's my old pal Elinor/April March who really introduced me to Gall...they're such fun, so light and charming, Your entry on her is great!

David said...

My pleasure. It's not a secret, as it were--but I have this way of not realizing that not everyone can see the thought processes in my head. ;)

I just went to World of Kane now and saw that post on the Double Deckers... which struck me as odd since that's twice they've been mentioned to me in as many days.

Definitely fun. It's got that sort of addictive charm that keeps you wanting more. Luckily there's plenty of videos available on YouTube. I recall the day I first decided to look up France Gall on YouTube.

Three hours later I had to peel myself away from the computer.

Glad you liked the post!