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HOLLYWOOD – On June 26, 1953, Marilyn Monroe received her star along Hollywood’s Walk of Fame. She wrote her name in the wet cement in front of Grauman’’s Chinese Theater and dotted the “i” in her first name with a rhinestone.

The blonde bombshell had quickly become Hollywood’s darling, a legendary movie star, and would soon become one of the biggest silver screen icons of the 20th century.

She died in August 1962

Drawn with only 8b and 2b pencil

Comments

  • 1chick1
    1chick1over 5 years ago

    this stunning great drawing

  • thank you so much i just finished her about 2 hours ago. much apprieciated

    – JEMMA GULSHER

  • 1chick1
    1chick1over 5 years ago

    welcome

  • mindym306
    mindym306about 5 years ago

    fabulous work!

  • thank you so much for your comment

    – JEMMA GULSHER

  • Bill Marsh
    Bill Marshabout 5 years ago

    Great work :

    Immediately recognizable.

    Take Care.

    Bill.

  • thank you so much for your kind comment

    – JEMMA GULSHER

  • vertigo2go
    vertigo2goabout 5 years ago

    Stunning work – love it! :)

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