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Don’t cut yourself on Jim Lee’s Lady Gaga dress design

Lady Gaga by Jim Lee

Once upon a time, pop music sensation Lady Gaga wore a dress made out of meat. With her new album coming out May 23, New York Magazine asked 20 fashion designers and artists “to try to top said meat dress” and submit designs of the pop star. Above is Jim Lee’s very 1990s Image design, and you can also see dresses by Tim Hensley, Molly Crabapple, Ariel Schrag, Mike Keefe, Vanessa Davis and many more.



It’s funny because he’s been doing this so long, he doesn’t know how to draw a person anymore. :-/

Jim Lee, please stop designing new looks. You’re kind of epic fail at it.

This is a new design? I could have sworn I’ve seen this exact same thing by Jim Lee elsewhere. *sigh* How sad. What’s most frustrating is this doesn’t look like a Lady Gaga outfit, it just looks like a Jim Lee drawing of a blond and we only have the fact that this was entered into a Lady Gaga design exhibition to deduce that it’s supposed to be her.

It’s like a cross between an unholy combination of Witchblade and Darkchylde.


May 9, 2011 at 3:07 pm

Isn’t that the Darkness, or is it witchblade? Blonde version.

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