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The Kimye Vogue Cover Gets Transformed into a Watercolor Portrait

By: Jana Pijak - Published: • References: trendabl & oystermag
Referred to as the "Vogue cover that won't quit", Kimye's April 2014 American Vogue debut has been a controversial subject for the past two months and is still getting buzz from fans and naysayers alike. Lensed by iconic photographer Annie Leibovitz, the memorable cover captures Kim and Kanye in a candid and loving embrace as they sport glamorous wedding attire.

The infamous cover is making waves once again but this time as a watercolour painting created by one time Oscar-winner, Grammy-winner and dual Golden Globe recipient Carole Bayer Sager. The multi-talented artist is best known for writing the Phil Collins hit "Groovy Kind Of Love."

Kim Kardashian was first to share this stunning version of Kimye's Vogue cover, available for purchase in print form. This limited edition of 20 prints are each signed by the artist and are available on TRENDABL.COM for a cool $600 price tag. Stats for Infamous Cover-Story Art Works Trending: This Quarter & Buzzing
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