Thursday, December 02, 2004

bubble


bubble
Originally uploaded by Kim's Suitcase.
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I am posting today, Thursday because today is a "yes" day, I am happily floppy and over tired and ridiculous in a nice way, but tomorrow it might be a "no" day because the late nights and broohaha, will have caught up with me and I will crash and rise like so many tiny bubbles to the surface of dilirium, or perhaps I will have a nice little cup of espresso, and let the yesssss continue.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love your interpretation, Kim! The fine lines are terrific!
-penelope

Anonymous said...

I always like your illos, they have a natural simplicty while conveying a quiet kind of elegance. Nicely done!


Enid
http;//jupiternine.typepad.com

Anonymous said...

I always like your illos, they have a natural simplicty while conveying a quiet kind of elegance. Nicely done!


Enid
http://jupiternine.typepad.com

Cin said...

Hello Kim,

Thanks for commenting on my Illustration Friday drawing. I'm so glad you did because I've enjoyed peeking at your site (and your Flickr page too !). Seems we're both bloggers, flickr-ers, Illo Friday-ers, and Mac users !

And we have another thing in common, I love best of all just simply line drawings, and yours are so fun and joyful ! I really liked your "bubble", especially the combination of scanned graphic and line. Looking forward to seeing you next week !

Lisa said...

I love the "text" bubbles and your style!


Lisa - cafelisa.com

stosova said...

i totally love the lightness of it!
stosova

Anonymous said...

i love it i love it. i love the printed words :) it's lovely.

Anonymous said...

oops! that "anonymous" post was supposed to be signed
-serena.

Ed said...

Excellent. I have always enjoyed minimalist illustrations... when they work. This one works.

Dawn Falcone said...

Hi. I just discovered your site & I enjoy it. I especially like your bubble illustration. Simple & beautiful.

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