It's cool to see how each person had made the image their own.
Heres just a small selection from the site:
Top row: Allan Sanders, Catherine LePage, Nick Deakin 2nd row: Jordy Van Den Nieuwendijk, Sarajo Frieden, Natty Kocsis 3rd row: Eyeport, Tommy Kane, Me Bottom row: Bubi Au Yeung, Logan Bay, Andreas Karaoulanis
it's uncanny that I saw Lou Brooks' gallery post right on the very same day that I was confinced that all my own drawing worries were over for good.
I first saw this ad way back in the autumn of '56 and sure it may have taken some 51 years for my purchase to arrive, ...but hey what's a half a century...when I can now design clothes, copy comic heroes*, draw pets, family, animals - ALL The EASY WAY!
*excluding all copyrighted characters and material for commercial and non commercial work.
From Popular Science Magazine 1956
Oil Burner Servicing is a trade I'm considering as a side line.
box looks a bit tatty... royal mail really are getting worse
So here it is, in the flesh: the Magic Image Projector
I'm excited. If only I had a cat or a dog, or woman in a fancy hat.
oh. I have to say that I'm a little disappointed... whats the black paper for... is this it??
Either I'm missing a bit or it's just not OS X compliant
I've been quite busy over the last few weeks so, other than a few days in Dublin (and tickets to a cool REM gig), there's been not much chance for any summer holiday and/or relaxation yet.
I'm going to be Toronto for a few days next month so will appreciate any tips or recommendations from drawgers and non-drawgers alike. Hopefully I'll get the chance to meet up with Drawger Leighton while I'm there.
In the meantime, heres a few work-related illustrations I've done recently for the office hours section of The Guardian...
"how to have a strop"
The infamous finger at mouth makes a comeback...