Friday, January 26, 2007

Illustration Friday - Red

Would love to know your interpretation of this. I call it red streak with boobs. Have a red and glorious day!

39 comments:

  1. The many Paths to Enlightenment... which some consider boobs, sure, why not?

    i LOVE that twisty turny business as well! :)

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  2. the many stops of the day.

    it's fun!

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  3. I think is one of my favorites that you have done. I think it is an abstract cityscape at night.

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  4. It's road rage!

    Not sure where boobs fit in though. Guess they fit in anywhere, huh?

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  5. Oh, this is probably the route I marked to find my way around town. And yes, EVERY road is marked. I tend to wander a bit.

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  6. Your brain is awesome Mr. Rrrramone :-)

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  7. Yeah, I too see it as a little map - or the route for fire trucks....cool piece!

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  8. Yup, I see road rage also. I do like the doode part of it under the red.

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  9. Hey, that´s great!

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  10. I think I'd call it Red Eye Reduction.

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  11. Tjo - the red color is red and it's a nice title :-)

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  12. "Escaping the Sandbox!" The boobs are your dream };-}

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  13. love it - very jazzy

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  14. It looks like the labyrinth in which the pink panther forgot to add the black tube ;)

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  15. I mean... the white one :o

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  16. one hectic town!
    i love that!

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  17. I'd call it "Life in the Fast Lane".

    Loving all the red!

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  18. I'm really loving this one man! It's a joy to look at.

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  19. I like its simplicity, even though as a whole it's really convoluted, a day in one's life! Really nice!

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  20. thats where you live. goody. now i know how to find ya ;)

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  21. It has a real abstract expressionist thing going on here . . . that's crap - love the boobs. Seriously - terrific composition, line work and color.

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  22. this is very cool. it kinda has a board game candyland map feel to it. awesome.

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  23. Whatever it is, it shows you had fun doing it. Not to be unoriginal, but I agree with Jeannette on the board game look.

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  24. haha ... how about a man's mind?

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  25. beautiful and insane...the title of 4hero's album a while back ago...check them out they are amazing...

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  26. entangling red?

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  27. Very fun and funky! Love the energy. Reminds me of a typical day here in New York.

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  28. I think this is the road where Klee meets The Jetsons.

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  29. Ignore the individual symbols that represent objects and /or ideas that are personal to you.
    If you look at the overall structure and you can see geometric shapes.
    This could be you trying to organize lots of different and sometimes contradictory ideas into some kind of order or structure that is easier to deal with.

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  30. Sweet, simple, and fun!

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  31. I would call it "Not Green"

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  32. You were "painting the town red," of course.

    :-)

    There are few words for how much I like the toothy red textures. But here's one: LOTS!

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  33. Looks like a roadmap to Denny's - 2 sunny side ups with a hairy bagel? Maybe?

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  34. Damn! Two people combined my original thought which was "Painting the town red with an order of sunny-side eggs." Now I guess I'll just say "red planet" which is too boring for such an awesome drawing!

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  35. Your unique style and approach would adapt well to a book, it seems. I always enjoy your work.

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  36. It looks like summer in the city, and Mrs. Tinley is sunbathing topless on her roof again.
    Love the overall shapes and patterns.

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  37. great use of the color. very interesting to look at.

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  38. You are painting the town red, and boobs should always be part of that.

    This image would be a great lithograph.

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Thanks for stopping by! :-)

Willie