Thursday, July 9, 2009

Finished swinging yet?

Hey there...my show if finally hung and will open tomorrow! I'm excited about being done - I just have to finalize the music choices for the opening and I'll be set (I already have Phoenix, Miniature Tigers, Doves, Flaming Lips, Fountains of Wayne, Weezer, Camera Obscura, Interpol in the mix)....
Anyway - thanks for all the help and suggestions - I decided last night to make the appropriate changes to the swing illustration - and here it is in it's final form...

If you didn't notice - I thought, as it was my last piece, that I'd throw in some things (that I thought were clever) such as the little roach from the planting tree illustration, and the giraffe from a different angle...so we see his sad little vantage point from the one side (in his illustration) and the rather perplexing and ridiculousness of what he's doing, if you take a step back and see it from the outside (in this picture). Anyhow - that's the show...I'll be posting pictures on my blog some time this weekend from the opening....thanks again for your help - you've all made these illustrations a lot stronger than they would have been otherwise...

7 comments:

Patti said...

Hope the show goes great. I'll check out your blog after the weekend.

pete said...

I think it looks great! Have fun at the show!

Christy said...

Let us know how it goes!!! Congrats and this finished piece definitely looks more done and I like the tiny details. :)

marikris said...

Isaac, hope your show's going great!!! Hoping for lots of pictures and commentary on your blog ^_^

Carmen Keys said...

I love the changes you made! Just those few added elements made all the difference -- the giraffe is too funny. :)
I hope the show was a big hit!!

Steve Harpster said...

I hope you post pics of the gallery opening. It would be cool to see how big these are printed and the other pieces in the show too. I wish I was in the area to see the Nick studios gallery show. How fun.

Pixiewinkle said...

Hope the show went great! I agree with Steve- would love to see some photos from the opening. Good job on all the hard work!