Few weeks ago I’ve been lucky enough to spend some peaceful time with a bunch of Somerset’s cows during Farmfest and, as the experience was completely enjoyable, I picked it up as a starter for my next illustration.
Rather than trying to write a poem about cows I mocked up a visual step by step explanation of my process.
Continue reading Worry less smile more…
One question: What’s going on above our heads?
One answer: This is why we don’t (need to) know.
Well well well, pushing a door is quite usual these days so I can’t see any reason why, sometimes, some doors, aren’t pushed.
“Je ne comprends pas”.
No no no, no.
Push, it can’t be as bad as being run over by an elephant (and an elephant wouldn’t hesitate to push doors, so… push).
So I like curly stuff, rounded shapes, faces and fishes. And I’m back to colours.
Let’s pretend this is an octopus that meet an elephant while doing a round trip over another world. But I might be wrong.
…and enjoy the unknown as a source of excitement.
Recycling is very trendy these days and developing my first blog’ sketch into a “real” illustration has been an old, restrained fantasy.
Continue reading Moving strings…
I think I’m officially obsessed by clouds but this one is cool: it’s a chill cloud.
And this is another bizarre experimentation I started on a tube, developed during an interesting airport night, and concluded in the same hot tube.
This bear will need more time to learn to swim. Switch off.
Back in April I submitted my first entry for an illustration competition: London Cloud Ride for the Cycling in London Competition.
Yesterday I delivered the pictured framed artwork to the Association of illustrators as it will be part of the Cycling in London exhibition at the London Transport Museum from the 5th of July to the 22nd of August 2010.
It was unexpected and it feels just amazing to have a first professional recognition about my illustration work as well as serving a sustainable cause.
Again, Thank you.
…and don’t look around you might get excited.
A green thought that came during my last Eurostar trip to Paris, watching an infinity of identical character-shaped pylons in the middle of a beautiful land. Surprisingly inspiring.