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Art Info posted a picture of these lovely Warhol-inspired shadows by NARS. Can't wait to see the rest of the collection!
(image from artinfo.com)
How is this collection looking to you so far? Are you as excited as I am?
Posted at 12:08 PM in Art history, NARS | Permalink
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