Friday, December 16, 2011
illustration friday (sink)
Some recent summer-themed etegami from Carole Marshall "down-under" in Australia, inspired me to turn one of my earlier cicada etegami into a collage for this week's Illustration Friday post. The accompanying words are my translation of a haiku by Matsuo Basho (1644 – 1694).
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A masterpiece!The image is So married to the quote. I love it.ReplyDelete
Very creative and unique. MargieReplyDelete
Wonderful. I have never seen a cicada, but I find them fascinating anyway.ReplyDelete
Very original and interesting, insects are so fascinating. Beautiful haiku!♥ReplyDelete
beautiful detail in this...ReplyDelete
Wow...amazing...!You successfully depict that Basho's haiku into etegami!! Brilliant!
It makes me think of their life underground...ReplyDelete
Beautiful illustration! I love that haiku from Basho, too!ReplyDelete
OOOOOOOOOOHHHHH What a magnificent cross section drawing!!!! Your comment made me so happy. It is my pleasure. Thank you.ReplyDelete
I wish you would do a book. I love the thoughts, quotations and art you do.ReplyDelete
Ohhhh, what a lovely, calming poem & image. Just what I needed on this frantic day. I especially love the way the ink of the lettering sinks gently into the paper... perfect!ReplyDelete
You have snow for six months!!!???? Oh my goodness. Snow is beautiful when it covers the ground but when it turns to slush, so dirty and ugly. Oh gee. I think my bones will hurt from the cold. Hehehe. I used to live in New Jersey. I love snow but don't want to live in it, just visit. I hope you are having a wonderful holiday season. Merry Christmas! Tsup!!!ReplyDelete