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Picasso meets the Beatles.
This one was made just for fun (for a contest on flickr)
beatles, collage, instruments, manipulation, music, musicians, pablo picasso, parody, satire
great idea and well executed…love it :)
thanks so much
Ohhhhhh this is just superb , so Beatles and so yellow submarine feel to it !
Fantastic Art ,, well done !
Thanks so very much…..what a great comment
very cool – love it! xoxoxoxo
thank you autumnwind….I am flattered
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with this incredible work… makes me just grin ear to ear…… ♥♥♥
thanks Isa….you are so sweet
me imagination you say?………wow this is just sooooooo stupendous! amazing use of two icons consilidated as a powerful whole…..
I do that a lot (ie use 2 icons)…lol
poor Ringo always the odd one out …eheh
I always had a soft spot for Ringo
very clever very well done – cheers
Brilliant …. I joined the Beatles Fan Club in 1964, so I guess I like them a lot :)
oh…..how cool ! I’m a huge fan….but I was not aware of the Beatles until just before they split up. My nearest claim to fame is my friends’ father who used to deliver crisps to the Cavern Club when they were playing
I never got to see them, but some friends of mine lived in Dovedale Road, Liverpool, opposite the school John and George had attended as children. I went to visit my friends and was delighted to note that I had to walk past the roundabout leading to Penny Lane then turn into Dovedale Road – a journey John and George would have made frequently. This was in the late 1970s, but earlier I recall going into the NEMS music shop that Brian Epstein once managed. In London I walked across the zebra crossing featured on Abbey Road album.
smiles…..that is so cool…..it would be fun to do a magical mystery tour or Beatle historic sites…..but i guess that already happens.
Well done – what a great concept!
thanks so much colleen…..you are so kind