Friday, August 28, 2009

Michael Jackson book draws on unseen images by the singer

This picture was drawn by a 13-year-old Jackson in 1971 as a protest against the Vietnam War


A picture of a boy's face quickly drawn by Jackson on the Rome leg of his 1988 tour has also been found
The ink outlines may be crudely etched, the style described as impressionistic, at best. But for fans of Michael Jackson, the pose struck by the figure in the foreground is unmistakable.
The picture, drawn by a 13-year-old Jackson in 1971 as a protest against the Vietnam War, shows troops taking a hill, backed up by blazing aircraft. It is to be included in an official book documenting the singer’s life, and can be published for the first time today.

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