Although Lindsay Lohan has been in many photo shoots prior to her nude November Playboy spread, it was her porcelain complexion in the Marilyn Monroe-inspired photos that had fans and critics looking at her in a new way.
As it turns out, artist Domingo Zapata chose to follow suit and created a more PG-13 art piece of the 25-year-old that just sold for more than $100,000.
The work, which is comprised of four Polaroid photos Zapata took of Lohan, has the words "An Apple . . . that I like . . . with a bite out of it. Adam and Eve changed mankind forever . . . started SIN . . . it was a plain simple apple hanging from a tree. Then the world changed for all of us,"
scripted throughout the grid layout.
The New York Post reports that the work is believed to have been sold through the Hus Gallery to a prominent British collector.