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Miss Louisiana

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Miss Louisiana

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Lydia Hunt, LA native, artist, tattoo apprentice, booty shaker,  and cocktail maker poses for a portrait in between sets of smooth topless jazz - a completely made up show that sounds awesome! The color palette is influenced by the nightlife of new Orleans and Mardi Gras itself. A magnolia blossom, the state flower, is pinned to her lapel with a crawfish in the center. Crawfish is a very popular food throughout LA and Breaux Bridge is considered the crawfish capitol of the world. Jazz is a common style associated with LA symbolized by the trumpet in her hand and the stage light ambience of the background.

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The 50 babes Project is a new series capturing beautiful babes (men & women) from each state. It is my love letter to the vintage postcards we all know and love.

printed with a border, by the artist in Fort Collins, CO on thick watercolor paper using archival inks.  signed, titled, and numbered (open editions are not numbered). "P" mark will not appear on your print. wood panels are ready to hang (pictured).

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Lydia Hunt, LA native, artist, tattoo apprentice, booty shaker,  and cocktail maker poses for a portrait in between sets of smooth topless jazz - a completely made up show that sounds awesome! The color palette is influenced by the nightlife of new Orleans and Mardi Gras itself. A magnolia blossom, the state flower, is pinned to her lapel with a crawfish in the center. Crawfish is a very popular food throughout LA and Breaux Bridge is considered the crawfish capitol of the world. Jazz is a common style associated with LA symbolized by the trumpet in her hand and the stage light ambience of the background.

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The 50 babes Project is a new series capturing beautiful babes (men & women) from each state. It is my love letter to the vintage postcards we all know and love.

printed with a border, by the artist in Fort Collins, CO on thick watercolor paper using archival inks.  signed, titled, and numbered (open editions are not numbered). "P" mark will not appear on your print. wood panels are ready to hang (pictured).