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|Culture & Science - Strange Inventions|
|Friday, 17 August 2012 21:46|
In May we present the Colour Me Good Kate Moss, by Mel Simone Elliott, a illustrator who makes coloring books thinking more in adults than in children. Having released similar tributes to Lady Gaga, Adele, Deborah Harry, Beyonce and David Bowie, this same artist draws a Colour Me Good showing, among its pages, Ryan Gosling .
They refresh the memory: Mel Simone Elliot is an illustrator who makes coloring books and other nice things, like paper dolls. Her line is called I Love Mel. It focuses on pop icons, and representative images of the eighties and nineties, characters and scenes from horror movies. Very pop culture, fun, only seemingly naive. This coloring matter of Ryan Gosling and Kate Moss, in fact, can be understood as a tribute unhealthy, something that would make the most recalcitrant stalkers, but the idea of mixing crayons with these characters is tempting, a little tender too.
In the pages of the book we see the actor in different situations, in different poses: with cigar in mouth, with his dog, shirtless, with mean Time magazine in the face. My favorite pictures are those in which lenses.
More than wanting a copy for me, I like this book to give away. Look, I give to Ryan Gosling, is on contours and will not feel complete without you color. Can you imagine the happiness I'll be giving conceptual person receiving the gift? Barbara, what a good person I am. If you want to try a similar act of kindness, I tell them that the book costs £ 7.50 and can be ordered online.
Not that one wanting to get up every morning coloring. But, if it's trying, it is Ryan Gosling, please.