My first sensual experience with the New Yorker
How often do one get to draw a full page sensual piece for the New Yorker magazine?I feel super luck-out being ask to illustrate this piece for the fiction “Sweet Dreams” by Peter Stamm. The story is about a young couple living together in Switzerland. This is the scene I was given to work on:
She went to the bathroom, filled the tub, and got undressed. The mirror misted over with condensation, and the smell of pine needles filled the air. She turned off the water, and the apartment suddenly seemed very quiet. Then she heard footsteps, and Simon’s voice through the half-open door. He said, I’ll just go downstairs for the bottle of wine. I thought you’d gone already, said Lara, and she poked her head through the crack, and he kissed her on the lips and tried to barge the door open, but she held it shut. They kissed again. See you soon, said Lara. It was odd, she still felt a little ashamed in front of him.I had so much fun and I think this is one of my recent favorite works. Big big thanks to AD Jordan Awan and Chris Curry!!
i love how the color of the tiling changes in the mist
KYLE JAMES DUNN’S PATTERNED STEEL SCULPTURES
Kyle James Dunn’s intricate patterned sculptures are created using a plasma cutter and lots of patience. The imagery revolves around the American idea of vacation and the island get away.
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This was taken in the Holland Tunnel driving back to Brooklyn from Hoboken tonight with my 16-35mm. My fiancee is a great designated driver and she wisely stopped me from sticking my arm out the window with my 5D in hand to try and take these shots. I was upset about the potential for glare but was able to keep my camera pretty steady [and safe] pressed between the dashboard and the windshield, so it definitely worked out for the best. Oh, and the beer garden in Hoboken is incredible. Goodnight.
I <3 NY tunnels.
Quentin Tarantino by Mark Seliger
• Parallel Universe 1 & 2
• Yesterday is History, Tomorrow is a Mystery, Today is Where I Want To Be
By Erik Otto
i usually don’t like such simplistic paintings, but i love these.