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Marina and the Diamonds

Marina Lambrini Diamandis (Greek: Μαρίνα-Λαμπρινή Διαμαντή; born 10 October 1985), known professionally as Marina and the Diamonds, is a Welsh singer-songwriter. Diamandis has described herself as an "indie artist with pop goals" and often analyses components of human behavior in her music. She is additionally known for her unconventional fashion styles.

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Marina's work (her photographs, videos, and songs) all tell stories of tragic (or heroic) female "Archetypes". Here, tumblr user 'ollaway' has displayed photographer Cindy Sherman's prominent influence in Marina's art.

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