Item P80.5 - Antonio Lopez, fashion illustrator, signing posters and talking with students. Other frames show Antonio working with models during the workshop and doing a large scale illustration.

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28-RG 28.02-P80.5

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Antonio Lopez, fashion illustrator, signing posters and talking with students. Other frames show Antonio working with models during the workshop and doing a large scale illustration.

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  • 1983 September (Creation)

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Contact sheet, 35 mm (35 frames)

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Copyright held by Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, Calif.)

Digital materials and catalog records are made available for educational and research purposes only and cannot be reproduced, distributed, or published without written permission from Art Center College of Design.

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At Art Center, January 1984: Antonio at Art Center Art Center "went Antonio" for three days in September, when Antonio Lopez, America's leading fashion illustrator, demonstrated drawing techniques during the annual summer session workshop for advanced illustration majors. Professional models posed to musical accompaniment in Art Center's photo/film stage 2 while Antonio sketched and critiqued student work. Antonio is credited with popularizing the "retro" look in Paris during the early seventies. Like Warhol, Antonio's lifestyle, hangouts and friends became "art." His book, "Antonio's Girls," includes images of women he worked with in Paris during this period who have gone on to become top models and actresses--Jessica Lange, Grace Jones, Jerry Hall, Pat Cleveland and Tina Chow.

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