I love these playful renderings of classic fashion drawn from old photos (which are also included). Simple concept; great execution.
This is awesome! Makes me want to sew and draw at the same time!
Yess, these are cute! They remind me of this hand-drawn paper doll blog, with a bunch of outfits based on historical dresses: http://www.joechip.net/liana/ (and some from movies, which further reminds me of http://www.recycledmoviecostumes.com/ ).
Yikes, Britta, I just spammed every parents and aunt/uncle and stepparent of a little girl less than 12 with that link. So pretty! I feel somewhat ashamed that I couldn’t quite feel comfortable sending it to all the little boys’ parents I know though.
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