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- In Article Archive: "ANDREW LOOMIS" was a superb illustrator in the '40s and he wrote several authoritative how-to books for wannabe artists. David profiles the great teacher in an article for Issue 106, 2013 of Paper Doll Studio.
A must-read for any artist, professional or amateur.
- In Archive Articles: published in Issue 106, 2013 of Paper Doll Studio Magazine, "SPORTSWOMEN STAR AS SCREEN STARS", the story of two extraordinary female athletes and both became major box office movie stars in the '30s, '40s and '50s. Sonja Henie was an Olympic skater and Esther Williams, a champion swimmer. David's article tells their stories.
- In Available Now! A special four page set of SWIM & SKATE STARS, Both the champion swimmer and the Olympic skater are paper dolls (as seen in the magazine story above) and now they each have an addition sheet of costumes inspired by the spectacular movies with spectacular swimming and skating scenes. Four single sheet set, $15, available from Paperdollreview.com.
What's Coming Soon!
- Work-in-Progress! "CONNIE FRANCIS" PAPER DOLL BOOK. She became most popular singer of the '50s with hits like "Who's Sorry Now?" and "Stupid Cupid." She had a brief movie career, starring in "Where the Boys Are" and several other frothy musicals. A true fashionista, her wardrobe was high style and this new book features many of her outfits from concerts, TV appearances and movies. Available soon from paperdollreview.com.