Friday, April 13, 2012
holes and other empty spaces (part 4)
Here are two more for my "Holes" series. I keep thinking I've done as much as I can with it, and then I get obsessed with a new idea. The one at the top doubles as this week's Illustration Friday submission on the topic "puzzled."
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The first one is so poignant (brushes away a tear).ReplyDelete
The second one is subtle, the first one is poignant, both are so good! i like this series of yours.ReplyDelete
love these! :-)ReplyDelete
Nice work Debbie.ReplyDelete
Simple but you get the message across.
I like both. They are themselves and so much more, propel thoughts forward long after the reading is complete. Thank you for these.ReplyDelete
wonderful images, thought provoking tooReplyDelete
Very good. Thoughtful.ReplyDelete
Love both of these. Amazing how you can say so much with so little. Powerful thoughts!ReplyDelete
Beautifully done! The words go perfectly with this weeks word. I admire how neatly you did the puzzle pieces in the top one. I tried to do that and my pieces took on a life of their own.ReplyDelete
Wow, nice! I particularly love the wonderful and delicate writing style. Both neat ideas! I really like the way you've cropped the apple.ReplyDelete
These are so good... and so true... The top one especially speaks volumes!ReplyDelete
Really thought provoking! Love the application of color!ReplyDelete
Debbie this is one of my favorite series. But then again, all your work could be my favorite. Your take on holes is so interesting.ReplyDelete
Great items from you, man. I have take into accout your stuffReplyDelete
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