Archive for December, 2006

Happy new year everybody!

Sunday, December 31st, 2006

Well 2006 was a wonderful year for me, I hope it was for all of you too. There’s a few things I am excited about that are coming up in 2007. One is that we’re about to finally get the Three Trees make a forest books back from the HongKong printer. Tadahiro already has copies [...]

Nara’s clock

Saturday, December 30th, 2006

In keeping with my newly found “5yearsoldness”, I am gonna show you another present I got this Christmas. This neat Yoshitomo Nara‘s clock which, Santa finally took notice, I had eyed since a few years back. Every minute and hour has a different amusing drawing, very cool.

Monkey sees …

Thursday, December 28th, 2006

… Monkey do. You’ll have to forgive me, as you can see Christmas has turned me back to the five year old Enrico.

Wait … is that ?

Wednesday, December 27th, 2006

Monkey likes his new place …

Tuesday, December 26th, 2006

We are getting some good suggestions for Monkey’s name. So far we have Cinnamon, Chicco, Chirino, Poncho, Cucchu, Ooh-ooh aah-aah, Bunky-Boy and also just “Monkey” which I kind of like too. Keep ‘em coming, then maybe we can all vote on our favorite one to pick the name. Democracy at work here.

Monkey says …

Monday, December 25th, 2006

“Merry Christmas!”. Monkey is mighty cute isn’t he? I need to find a name for him … Any suggestions?

Tekkon Kinkurito interview

Thursday, December 21st, 2006

A nice interview and Q&A over at the Japan Times online with our friend Michael Arias, who directed the upcoming Tekkon Kinkurito movie. I blogged about the inspiring visit Ronnie and I had over at Studio4c with Michael last february. I still can’t wait to see this movie! link via

Stuart Ng Book Open House

Friday, December 15th, 2006

Are you in the LA area ? Missing a couple of presents for Christmas? You really can’t miss this. I love Stuart’s selection of books, I bought soo many gems from him, ranging from new BDs by Pierre Alary or Claire Wendling to old and hard to find books like Ronald Searle‘s Paris Sketchbook. And [...]

World Wide SketchCrawl 12

Friday, December 15th, 2006

You really have to come by the forums and take a look at all the drawings from around the world! There’s great sketches from Cairo, HongKong, Honolulu, Brisbane and Sapporo to name a few international “Crawl hubs”, many cities in the US too of course. Ronnie and I met crawlers at the San Francisco Zoo. [...]

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Wednesday, December 13th, 2006

Two new pages of Venice Chronicles here.