These Frida Kahlo tributes show how iconic and beloved this Mexican maven remains.
Historically significant and with evident artistic skill, Kahlo's influence is sure to stick around for years. Her stark appearance, particularly her full eyebrows, are often referenced in photo shoots, and make her an iconic figure in the art world. Her legacy was the inspiration for 'Frida,' a film starring Salma Hayek which reinvigorated enthusiasm for this prodigious talent. Though she's no longer around to amaze art enthusiasts with her surrealist work, Kahlo is still a relevant and inescapable name in the world of art and art history.
Bound to continue to inspire and influence, Frida Kahlo's talent is here to stay and truly unique.
From Mexican Maven Fashions to Prodigious Painter Portraits
Prodigious Painter Portraits
'FRIDA' by Atelier Olschinsky Pays Homage to a Celebrated Artist
Surrealist Bar Rooms
The Yucca Lounge is Beautifully Vibrant and Crazy
Kristen Wiig in V64 Poses as Historically Famous Females
Hypnotic Fashion Editorials
Emily Senko Was Inspired by Frida Kahlo for Marie Claire Italia
Paying Homage To Iconic Painters
'Frida Come Back To Me' in Dujour Magazine
Exotic Flower-Child Editorials
The Fashion Gone Rogue 'Noah' Shoot Features Flamenco-Ready Frocks
Vintage-Inspired Monobrow Editorials
Joanna Simeonidis by Marjolein Audrey Banis is Retro
10 Virgin Mary Style Items
Bold Mexicana Fashion
The Mara Hoffman Spring 2012 Collection is Sweet and Daring
Mexican Maven Fashion
The BellJar Spring 2012 Lookbook is Inspired by Frida Kahlo
Awkward Renaissance Infants
‘Ugly Renaissance Babies' Paints a Hilarious Picture