Saturday, July 14, 2007

IF: discovery

26 comments:

  1. Beautiful illustration... and it really has me thinking (beyond the obvious 'DISCOvery' connection). La Crayone and Sharpie la Plume... hmm. I must discover the meaning...

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  2. Love the symmetry in this one MD, and crayons as well.

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  3. hey, THIS is a cool idea to the topic!
    a Discovery that paints the planets...

    (thanks for your comment, michael)

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  4. i would like to board this space craft! hopefully those crayons will help me draw a giant picture on the moon

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  5. This is so cool! What a great idea to use the crayons.

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  6. This reminds me of these books I bought my kiddoes (and myself cause they're so cool!) called Look-Alikes, I believe. She uses real objects to make the illusion of other things. Cool illo! :)

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  7. hey, pretty smart illo here MD! Excellent idea and execution.

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  8. Hey, Michael, I've given you a 'Thinking Bloggers Award.' You can read about it
    here


    Please feel no obligation to name five others, as the 'rules' suggest. And excuse this if you've already received it from someone else. Take care.

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  9. what a wonderful take of the this week's topic!

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  10. It looks like you had fun with this...very clever concept and very crisp execution! Now...off to color the universe!

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  11. very neat and clean...I wonder if they ever drawn a single line in the outer space...umh!

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  12. Great symbolism here! Love the crayons, they must have been fun to make.

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  13. The word "discovery" always reminds me of space shuttle!

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  14. Great comparison!! The more I think about it, the better it gets!

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  15. Ah, to be young again. Wait a minute, I'm still young!

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  16. COol piece! It's different and I love crayola ;)

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  17. Hahaha... that's so cool, Michael :D

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  18. Awesome! I made one of those, I think! (well, no crayons, though. And this was pre-Sharpie.)
    Come to think of it, yours is waaay cooler.

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  19. Call Binney&Smith- really! Excellent!

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  20. I like this md... like the sharpie in the middle.. (bought a pack of those to mark up the cd's Im using to file my work! ... the crayons are a great contrast. I know I repeat myself, but you are a genius when it comes to spacial balance with shapes.... Keep up the great work.

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