"I created an original ink drawing on vellum and colored it in Photoshop. I wanted to achieve movement through line-work and typography, as well as use bold colors fitting of the era, and reminiscent of Jazz. I wanted to capture the fast, paced excitement of the 1920\'s, or the \"Jazz Age\" through a portrait of the alluring females, or flappers, that are central in most of Fitzgerald\'s stories throughout the collection in \"Tales of the Jazz Age\". " - Shae Synnestvedt
Shae Synnestvedt is a Chicago based illustrator who focuses on merging traditional and digital art-making practices. Her subjects are inspired by books, and movies, as well as the unusual, if not peculiar, side of everyday people, places and things.
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