Fashion Magazine “Galore” Uses Jessica Rabbit to Model Lingerie

The intersection between animation and fashion isn’t always well defined, but it is expanding. In the latest issue of Galore, Jerome LaMaar (aka Style Monk) illustrated a two-page spread of Jessica Rabbit wearing lingerie and evening wear from the recent collections of houses like Atelier Versace, Agent Provocateur, La Perla, Christian Louboutin, Azzedine Alaia and Dolce & Gabbana.

It’s a curious blending of real and imagined worlds that shows the potential for future collaborations between fashion and animation, like perhaps, a fashion designer designing the clothes for the characters in a CG animated feature.


  • http://twitter.com/Marc_SMA Marc Hendry

    wow, those drawings are not very good

  • MaskedManAICN

    Are you sure these drawings aren’t from some lame porn site?

  • Herman Roach

    Looks like someone sucked the lift out of poor Jessica. Those cheeckbones… ヽ(●゚´Д`゚●)ノ゚

  • JK Riki

    How on earth did they get permission to do this? And do it so poorly? Blech, there are Jessica illustrations on DeviantArt that are 10 times better than these, and these end up in a magazine?

    Weird.

  • canimal

    her proportions are an anomaly…. especially in the first one

  • http://www.facebook.com/andrew.campsey Andrew Campsey

    “I’m not bad, I’m just drawn badly”

  • Nik

    These drawings look like really bad tattoo art and poor Jessica looks off-model. And yes, they drew her boobs too small!

  • http://dailygrail.com/ Red Pill Junkie

    Maybe this is how toons suffer from anorexia?

  • Eric

    Just…WOW. It’s the equivalent of listening to someone butcher the crap out of a great song.

  • Natalie Belton

    If the person who drew this is actually a professional artist, than I certainly don’t have to worry about the competition!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000548361879 Aaron Mincey

    You see what CGI does? It makes our 2D characters go on drugs cause they can’t find work.

  • Johnny Utah

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