Marilyn Monroe Noir Interpretation

Posted by Suzie Wong | June 13th, 2011 Share

Marilyn Monroe Interpretation

“Who said nights were for sleep?” Marilyn Monroe

In The Dark, a visual and experimental photography interpretation of a Marilyn Monroe quote by Eric Zelinski. You can see some more details on Zelinksi’s Flickr stream here. ❚ Flattr this

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