HELP! Robots are taking over the local elementary school!
I myself wish to be involved in that area of business at some point in my life :) Even if Its just for pleasure.
Here is a tiny taste of Fred’s work I found really cool, and make sure to check out Elisha’s videos here.
P.S. I might extra-like Fred’s stuff just because they are so geometrical! I admit I have a weakness for that.
This book is amazing. The variety of compositions combining text and illustrations, is really impressive. (The illustrations themselves, of course, are superb!)
I want them all.
These illustrations seem to have a calming effect on me (in an exiting way)
The right one really speaks to me at this time.
Plus DA are giving away a givaway!
Supercool pins form Hug a porcupine.
Considering getting myself a cat.
Crap I brought from Germany.
I’m pretty sure I brought about 3kg of paper back with me.
I just picked up every brochure/notebook/card that I found interesting.
+ Some of my findings at the Nürenberg flea market (I only picked up the lighter stuff, out of fear of overweight)
These kind of awesome things always arouse two kinds of feelings in me.
1. I want to buy everything (and wish i could afford it)
2. Why am I not making my own cool stuff!? (no time)
So instead of being amazed and inspired I just end up bitter and sad :-/
Apparently, I won! (YAY)
A few days ago I posted about the Doodlers Anonymous birthday chalenge, so seems like that was a success :) I am really glad about it. It really encouraged me to keep doing my thing.. So.. if anyone stumbles upon a piece of styrofoam, send it straight to me!
An illustration i did for hagirsa.com sometime during the summer.
It is for a poem about a black cat in an African forest. (And the worries of the author about bumping into one, in an African forest)
Anyway - I like the way the drawing came out, not so much the coloring. Luckily I Xeroxed it a few times before putting in the colors so I can try again! and again..