Category: Throwback Thursday

The late, great Wally Stefoff

Marilyn Brooks with the late, great Wally Stefoff, some time in the late 1970s. Wally was a dear friend, one who was always there and ready to contribute and help in any way. He was a very talented graphic artist who did a lot of Marilyn Brooks’ ads and graphics work. He passed in his early 50s and is sorely missed by...

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Banlon in the 1960s, the blank canvas for fun prints

Banlon was the canvas for Marilyn Brooks’ original prints. It gave her the chance to express her love of painting with colour in her fashion designs. The models here are wearing Brooks’ designs from the 1960s. It was a favourite of hers because it was washable, packable and light. Marilyn did so many prints that were inspired by her yearly trips to Acapulco and Banlon was the perfect blank canvas for her to be able to creative something unique, expressive and fun for her fashion line of clothing. The swatches at the right are a couple of colourways available in...

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Marilyn’s Art Prints

Art Prints


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