Archive for the ‘china’ Category

Still life

January 9, 2012

I tend to see my personal work as dark and mysterious and despite their simpleness, these two are no different. The idea of drawing a scorpion and a dragonfly had been on my mind for awhile, but the right idea wasn’t clicking. Somehow when I saw this J.C Leyendecker image a few weeks back the concept of two extremely quiet still lifes came to mind. I think you can sense the compositional and color inspiration.

The Scorpion was motivated by the idea combining innocence and violence.

The Dragonfly is in honor of the upcoming chinese new year, the year of the dragon. It is actually the year of theĀ water dragon, which makes this all the more relevant

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SHANGHAI… again

June 20, 2011

I bet you were…

for a special princess

lunch time

SHANGHAI IN EVEN MORE PICTURES

June 15, 2011

Who says bespoke suits have to come fromĀ Savile Road

yeah.

English.

View from the tram car tunnel under the Huangpu River

SHANGHAI IN MORE PICTURES

June 13, 2011

SHANGHAI IN PICTURES

June 10, 2011

I am definitely not the best photographer, but here goes…


A local road.

ahyaaaaah!

toy store

Drizzle on The Bund

“1000 Year Old Eggs” a.k.a Brian Hamilton’s dinner