It took me a good few weeks to allow myself to write down about my latest illustration project, to reconnect with the reasons behind a very personal but surely universal representation of what progress can do. Progress because of determination. Determination because of passion. Passion because of love. Love because it’s included in the base package of all human being.
I’ve started this blog 7 years ago because I needed a way to share and develop my creative work and personal thought. It actually helped me define the next version of myself.
The chicken is back in the kitchen for a double celebration.
Time for this delicious November tradition again! This year a fluffy bear-phone garnished with golden apples and saucissons made it to celebrate the birthday of my amazing Miss S.
The only puppy who can teach a crazy alien bear how to play bongos, in Russian.
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.
I’m pretty sure this is a ridiculously bold statement but, – really -, time is flying like ducks are swimming and those three little guys I met the other day are certainly right. Wait or you’ll get wet. Do you see what I mean? Never mind, they do.
My dear blog hasn’t been fed for over a month, shame on me, so I had to find a quick way to fix this before I disconnect from the little world I know (=holidays!).
This is it for now and as a famous duck said, “better to wait, than being wet”. Sorry, I can’t remember his name (it’s in duck anyway).
She likes hats, she doesn’t have any but she’s got a cat.
I could eventually turn this into a “song” but I’m playing safe with a little sketch for now.
Cycles, life cycles, activity cycles, it’s all very circular and this is not the first time I hear myself thinking I want to go back sketching on paper rather than on my old and scratchy Nintendo DS screen. I had enough and, during my last Eurostar trip, I’ve started enjoying my new Moleskine and fine Bic more than I expected.
Again, I love you paper, so much.