Media: Ball Point Pen
Title: “Marilyn Millionaire”
Based on a photo of Marilyn Monroe taken on the set of the 1953 movie “How To Marry A Millionaire”
More Marilyn Art by K. Fairbanks:
Media: Watercolor painting
Close-up view of a portion of the painting:
My ‘Solo’ Movie Tweet Quoted by Director Ron Howard – Then My Twitter Notifications Went Crazy For Days
I usually post about my art and graphic design work on this blog (one of my drawings is below, right), but I had no idea where else to put this.
On June 6, 2018, I drove to the theater for a matinee showing of “Solo: A Star Wars Story.” I rarely leave home to see movies at the theater, but I’m a big Star Wars fan, so I’m willing to make a trip to the theater for about anything Star Wars.
Before Solo was ever released in theaters, though, I was already seeing fans online and movie reviewers trashing the movie – and most of these were not individuals who even saw a pre-screening.
I have no idea how it’s possible to hate a movie and pan it as being awful before actually even seeing it, or merely based on a trailer or two, but that’s what happened.
I kept an open mind prior to seeing the movie. I did not pre-judge it or the actors.
I thought that the young actor who took over the Solo role, Alden Ehrenreich, did just fine, though some Star Wars fans are obstinate about forever associating Harrison Ford, who originated the portrayal, with Han, so they are refusing to give another actor a fair shake at the character.
Painting of a Heron by K. Fairbanks. Media: Watercolor
Drawing of Marilyn Monroe by K. Fairbanks. Media: Ball point pen.
El Rey cable television network used my Superman fan art in September 2016 to promote their Superman movie weekend on television and on their social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram).
Here are screen caps of my art in use on their media, and links to the media itself:
My Superman fan art on El Rey’s Instagram Page
My Superman fan art in a video on El Rey’s Facebook Page
My Superman fan art in a video on El Rey’s Twitter Account