Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Eddie's Vogue Report

The following is Eddie's report from school.  He had to do a fact-based report, but he had the freedom to do it in any form he wanted.  So, Eddie, being pretty nuts about fashion right now, designed a Vogue cover and did a report on the fashion trends of the 1920's.

I especially like his attention to detail in the cover.  I mean, not only did he draw the model from scratch, coloring her very carefully with pencils, but he even designed his own typeface!  Very cool, Eddie!

And even cooler that he got a 108 on the project!  Bonus!!


Click on the images to read the report.

4 comments:

Matt and Deachi said...

Great job, Eddie! You are so talented! Keep up the good work!!

sandih1024 said...

WOW Eddie! That is such a great report & the cover is incredible. I like the way you used the triangular shape in her jaw line & repeated it in the neckline of her blouse. Is "Mary Devon Harris" your "nom de plume"?

Chuck said...

That's a fantastic issue - I mean, a fantastic paper! I didn't know we had Vogue to thank for tanning, either.

Grandpa Warren said...

Great job Eddie! I know Nana would have qualified and been a great Flapper but I don't think I would have made a very good Cakeater. But your Dad, I think he would have made a great Scottish Kilt Cakeater! Keep up the good work.

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