We had a nice and relaxing sketchcrawl here in San francisco at Golden Gate park. Thanks to all of you for participating and be sure to check the forums to see sketches from all over the world. If you sketched today please upload your drawings and share them with everyone. Thanks! Here’s one watercolor of [...]
Archive for August, 2007
A quick one … ah yes … feels good … gotta get back in there someway … my head hasn’t been in Mia world in a long time …
I am bit late in reporting the crawl on my blog, but hopefully most of you had noticed the date on the World Wide SketchCrawl Forums! So, yah saturday 25th it is … ready to draw?
Congratulations go to my little SketchCrawling book, the first volume is officially sold out. Stuart Ng who’s been selling these for me was asking for more copies, but I realized I am all out. So there you have it, 500 or so of these are out there in the world … frolicking … or gathering [...]
Michel Gondry’s next movie: Be kind rewind. The trailer looks really promising. I was re-watching The Science of Sleep last night, such a sweet movie, even with its flaws it’s so enjoyable. And who doesn’t have a platonic crush on Charlotte Gainsbourg after it? Man or woman. I’ve been really liking her last album too: [...]
While I was on vacation a few more artists were handed the SketchTravel book. Don’t miss the latest additions on the Sketchtravel blog and be sure to check this mindblowing drawing by Robert Valley, wow. Can’t wait to see more contributions to the amazing red sketchbook.
I passed at the Muji store in Milano a couple of weeks ago and ended up doing some serious shopping. I just love their design, I could easily buy half the store whenever I visit one in Japan or Italy. Luckily my luggage won’t fit a Muji foldable bike. But here’s the nice new watch [...]
And who can blame him, saturday afternoons are just perfect for that. Took this photo with the iphone … testing its camera for mobile blogging. This might work pretty decently …
If you do, there’s a lengthy interview with this storyboard artist guy I know, here on this blog.
So, what did I read this past month? Natsuo Kirino’s thriller “Out” totally sucked me in. A dark book, but really engrossing and thoughtprovoking. I finished Italo Calvino’s Cosmicomics (I was laughing outloud reading this one) and just started a whole collection of his novels and short stories that I bought in Milan. Plan B [...]