Monday, November 28, 2005

The Escalator


I've just realised that this piece is perfect for this week's Illustration Friday topic- Small. When you're small everything else is big and your imagination is even bigger! I liked the idea of a little boy watching an escalator and not being able to see the top so it would seem like the people just disappear...

I'm exhibiting my work in the Image Nation Exhibition at the Collins Gallery in January. It's an exhibition specifically for Illustrators working in Scotland (check out http://www.collinsgallery.strath.ac.uk/ for more details).

10 comments:

Amy Zaleski said...

I love this! Every child must feel this way about the escalator as I sure remember this feeling myself! I love the simplicity of line, shape and color.

ellia said...

that's a great take on the topic!!! and congrats on your exhibit- that is awesome!!! your work is wonderful

Majane said...

cute!

scribblesk said...

so cute and clever

Holly said...

Oh the imagination of kids-so great. And good luck to you. You must be thrilled! Cheers!

Karen said...

This is wonderful. And you're right! My little man just saw an escalator for the first time. He was in awe. Congrats on your exhibit!

Tony Sarrecchia said...

Cute and insightful.

ValGalArt said...

congratulations on your exhibition! wonderful work!

Fancy World said...

Wonderful storyboard. Awesome work!

carla said...

I really, really like this...I like the various sizes of the drawings, the storyboard aspect, the concept, and the colors. Good job:>