Day 25.2

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Day 25.2
I’ve been up to no good lately in the studio again.. painting a little, drawing some…mostly making a mess…

Day 24.2

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Day 24.2
Feeling worn out.. like an old photograph losing it’s pigment

Day 23.2

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Day 22.2

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Day 22.2

Loving this open-source map of street art around the world–Street Art Locator

Street Art Locator

Find galleries, installations, graffiti, sculptures, paintings and even stencils and stickers worldwide. Add your own findings as you come across them. Check it out. Very cool and handy, I just wish they had a smartphone app to upload finds on the go…

Day 21.2

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Day 20.2

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Day 19.2

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Day 18.2

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Day 17.2

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DAy 17.2

This is why I don’t do shots…

…Unless they’re served by a pterodactyl….

Day 16.2

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Day 15.2

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Day 15.2

I don’t usually plug giveaways on blogs, but there is a first for everything–

This month the talented Cecilia, the Swedish artist behind Veja Cecilia, is holding a giveaway on her blog sponsored by Letraset. Up for grabs is a set of Letraset Tria markers and a few other goodies from Cecilia’s own collection of prints and products:

Veja Cecilia giveaway

Leave a comment on her blog by January 30th for a chance to win!

Day 14.2

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Day 13.2

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Listening to ghost stories…
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Day 12.2

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Day 11.2

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Day 10.2

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Day 10.2

Here it is finally, dear readers–a summary video of last year’s daily365 portrait project. Many of you have asked for or inquired about it and my apologies for keeping you all waiting… the last few weeks have kept me busy with holiday celebrations and visitors.

What do you think, dear readers? Seeing a year’s worth of portraits alone in a few minutes just makes me tired to watch. Phew!