27 mars 2013

assom - infographies - le retour

Exceptionally, In French. Cause it's mostly for my colleagues in the AssoM.


Voici les 24 couvertures FB réalisées pour la soirée AssoM IA 13. Fond noir, éléments de textes piqués sur l'affiche sur un JPG de l'affiche), et travail sur photoshop. Certains sont biens, certains font mal aux yeux, et d'autres... ça va que c'est sur FB.

Pour rappel, voici celles de l'IA 11, il y a un an. elles avaient été réalisées sans aucun support d'affiche, en 2h à l'arrache. pas comme celles ci.

en principe cette fois-ci la photo de portrait ne cachera rien d'important. pas comme la dernière fois.

15 mars 2013

A few doodling

Zo, I've been doodling a bit there in Berlin. In the studio, instead of working, or waiting for my spaghetti to cook.

An eye, some coffee cup, dragon wings and after all, a painted version of what I did in Lisbon a few month ago: me, on a Calçada (those small whitey stones you find covering almost every street in Lisbon)

7 mars 2013

Malaga - Sevilla - Cordoba - Granada - Ronda - Sevilla

Hi there, I just arrived in Berlin, after 4 days of intense road-trip in Andalusia. There is the map, made on a napkin during breakfast in Granada. It's quite blurry, I took photos on my desk, and I don't have that much light here.

So, going trough tiny national roads, sometimes on the wrong side, avoiding all sort of small animals, learning the difference between Gasolina and Gasoil, escaping from multiples tourists tours, it was a long week end. 

 Granada - Alhambra

 Granada - Alhambra

 Granada - Alhambra (and a rally bold squirrel)

Ronda, and its bridge. Its massive bridge, it's really worth going through the mountains to find it.

In addition, two portraits made by Ben, you can find his blog here, even tough he's not posting a lot of what he's drawing (mostly people). And yeah, he can write in reverse. He's like that.
I coloured one of them, A portrait from Ely, a friend of our Mexican colleague.

3 mars 2013

Watercolour Box

At the end of January, I decided to build myself a new watercolour box, cause the old one is old, dull grey, and takes a lot of space and dead weight.

Decided to do it on wood, in Balsa, a very light one. It took me a big afternoon.

I did the plans from a rough sketch, and then directly on my sketchbook (pen, watercolour).
As a result, this small box. I planned to detail it up a bit, to soften the edges and fill the joints neatly with white glue, and maybe varnish it, to keep it clean and neat, but I had to leave for Spain, and now... I let time go.

Also, my time in Seville has ended, soon I'll post a point on our work, but first, I have a trip to do to Granada. And then, Berlin!