Marc Jacobs speaking at SXSW 2017


United States

New Media
Size: 16 H x 20 W x 0.1 in

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Art Description

New Media: Digital on Canvas and Paper.

Marc Jacobs wore a deep red body-hugging knit shirt with maroon-and-orange track style pants. Marc was interviewed by Vogue’s Creative Director Sally Singer.
Marc's anti-tech outlook was a contrast to most of the fashion-oriented panels at SXSW, which focused on topics like wearable tech and the emergence of social media influencers. Jacobs is a “pencil and paper” guy, he readily admits. - from Lilly Rockwell writing for the Austin American Statesman

I was int he second row and had a good view of Marc Jacobs but was quite cramped in the crowd for drawing. I was inspired by his red look but felt achromatic made a bolder appropriate statement for his presence.

Keywords: achromatic, sxsw, fashion, iPad drawing, minimal portrait, Paper53, marc jacobs, SXSW 2017

Subjects: Fashion

Styles: Illustration, Modern, Portraiture

Mediums: Digital

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