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    Set of job printing. Typo characteristics of Marilyn Monroe. Basis for the work – American antique prints: official letters, legal documents and … Read More
    Set of job printing. Typo characteristics of Marilyn Monroe. Basis for the work – American antique prints: official letters, legal documents and modern reprints as record of the last movie scenario played by an actress. Conceptually Marilyn complexity appears in the author’s patterns. ​The destruction of the mathematical order (geometric characters rhythm) typography symbolizes the breaking obvious scheme. Polemic between American Movie Star, sex symbol of the 50 and 60 XX century and Norma Jeane Mortenson, a person of extraordinary sensitivity. Mysterious, lost, strongly seeking their own identity. School project for Editorial Design classes. Read Less
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Set of job printing. 

Typo characteristics of Marilyn Monroe. Basis for the work – American antique prints: official letters, legal documents and modern reprints as record of the last movie scenario played by an actress.
 
Conceptually Marilyn complexity appears in the author’s patterns. ​
The destruction of the mathematical order (geometric characters rhythm) typography symbolizes the breaking obvious scheme. 
Polemic between American Movie Star, sex symbol of the 50 and 60 XX century
and Norma Jeane Mortenson, a person of extraordinary sensitivity. 

Mysterious, lost, strongly seeking their own identity.




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(text translated into PL: last interview)


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about fame and happiness
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childhood
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about being sex symbol
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perspective of movie industry
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between person and crowd
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sexiness
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JFK
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journalist narration