“Summer’s Day Of Marilyn”

"Summer's Day Of Marilyn", 2015, Yuriy Ku Drop

“Summer’s Day Of Marilyn”, 2015, Yuriy Ku Drop

What if she was like that when there was no camera, when there was no one looking at her. A few seconds later. You know how we pretend in public. It’s a wrong saying that actions speak louder than the words. I’ve seen so many people doing the right things but the words and thoughts betrayed them in certain situations. Both the actions and the words can be the deceptions under the circumstances. But this way or another the genuine words that are realized through genuine thoughts can tell more than simply the actions.

It was a summer day. She was smiling at a photographer but when he was gone she said it to me: “Fame doesn’t fulfill you. It warms you a bit, but that warmth is temporary. The real lover is the man who can thrill you just by touching your head or smiling into your eyes – or just by staring into space.”

And I’ve drawn her like her words were.



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