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Today I came across the work of Soraya Basiran through I love Illustration. Great style. Something in the pattern reminded me of the work of Hamid El Kanbouhi, who’s work I admire and wrote about. Both images of a now-woman. … Continue reading
I love the work of René Gruau, the late French fashion illustrator. Studying his work is pure escapism. PS | It reminds me of the disturbing news of less victims of domestic violence now calling in for help. The … Continue reading
I made a sketch for a painting. Inspired by a frame from the charity shop. It held a discolored print of a painting by Pieter de Hooch, A Woman Peeling Apples. I want to make a little painting for the … Continue reading
It was a lovely sunny autumn afternoon along Kingston Avenue in Brooklyn. The shop across the street caught my eye, as it felt nostalgic, sun drenched longing in a French way. A good spot for a wine bar. In … Continue reading
I looked it up, how they put the taste of a forest on the other side of the world in a jelly. It’s gorgeous!
Looking forward to visiting again next October 🙂 [now play the music]
We had portraits made for the public profile of The Fabric Of Home. It was impossible to choose from a vast quantity of -unfamiliar!- poses. (?What do I look like?) It is rather confrontational… But! Since I will be never … Continue reading