Monday, September 1, 2008
Like everyone gets at some point, I've been stuck in a bit of a rut. But, during a quick trip to Montreal (le swoon!) and a new client, I was pushed towards something new. Something I really like! Here's a big thank you to Malcolm Brown (art director, extraordinaire) who I can credit to trying new (with a mix of the old) things.
These aren't the final illustration, but they're bits of the process of me loosening up, and a direction I'm excited about!
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Every drawer of drawings has to start somewhere; some beginnings are, uh, stranger than others.
Click the picture above to see the only drawings I did by the age of 4. I think it goes without saying that I must have spent some time in church.
Warning: Some viewers may find this ... creepy. I like to think of it as studies in crucifixes, personal struggle, anatomy, and, best of all, goatees (re: the drawings on cardboard).
Posted by Anonymous at 8:32 PM