I remember the day Audrey Hepburn died. I was eight years old, and I had never seen my grandmother so distraught. She bunched a tissue against her eyes and her voice broke, as though the face of Audrey was not an image on celluloid, but
Darling discovered the art of Emily Grace Goodrich, and couldn't help but share her stories told through lovely lines, shapes, and colors. Enjoy Emily's commentary and artwork below, and don't forget to be inspired to pick up your own pencil or paintbrush
“Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.” -Marilyn Monroe
When listing iconic women in history, one of the first names that comes to mind without hesitation is the infamous Marilyn Monroe.
Norma Jeane Mortenson was born June 1, 1926
She was an expert at using her prowess to escape perilous threats of being captured. A cunning pillar of beauty, she eluded her pursuers by way of flirtation and pure instinct, often finding her way around Gestapo traps set up for her entrapment. Many mistook