One result of spending large amounts of time on the street with a camera is that certain subjects will appear over and over. And a few of these will catch on. This happened to me with images of Marilyn Monroe that I began to see in places near and far. In a surf shop in Venice California, a dusty second hand store in St. Paul Minnesota, or an old bar in Buenos Aires -Marilyn is everywhere. Merchandized and exploited, she nonetheless remains an iconic legend steeped in beauty, glamour and tragedy.