This is exactly what happens when pear meets sausage, banana chats to broccoli, or radish escapes from orange. And this is also my entry and interpretation of this year’s Tapirulan calendar illustration contest, with the very tasty theme of “buffet”.
I’m into drawing ducks, but mostly tiny ones so I needed a big one.
His name is Duck and he’s got a lady friend, Lady Duck. Together they happily fly pretty high.
I could easily pretend this is a black bird dressed as a sugary yeti but no, I’m talking of a tea mat that finally found its true nature after a water flood tore its paper layer off.
As a result I had no choice but to take part in the Inkygoodness Beermat Character Competition.
No more rain! Sunshine!!! Summer!?
I’m sure I’m not the only person who noticed that those sticky clouds finally gave up, but it gives me a good excuse to exhibit in the sun my sexy Oyster Cart & The Blackheath Cavern Club prints, brilliantly executed by The Print Space in East London.
March is a month (.) that usually deepen my lines and makes me feel less young than the day before (this bizarre birthday thingy).
But March is also this time of the year when I plunge myself into a busy sketching process to complete the annual Serco Prize for illustration. This year I’m going to reveal my London best kept secret: The Blackheath Cavern Club.
My last night’ spontaneous submission to the Booooooom + Poketo “Before life” project. Totally free to interpretation!
I met a dog. A Greek dog. And I’ve been tempted sketching about his pace of life. Meanwhile I found out about PeculiarBliss latest call for submission with a theme matching flawlessly what this dog – let’s call it Pluto – inspired me: “Pastime”.
Here is my entry for a book re-covering competition I participated to, organised by The Fox Is Black.