Thursday, November 15, 2012


Title: "What I really wanted was rivets, by heaven! Rivets. To get on with the work -- to stop the hole. Rivets I wanted. There were cases of them down at the coast -- cases -- piled up -- burst -- split! You kicked a loose rivet at every second step in that station-yard on the hillside. Rivets had rolled into the grove of death. You could fill your pockets with rivets for the trouble of stooping down -- and there wasn't one rivet to be found where it was wanted."

6.75 inches by 11 inches
ink and marker on watercolor paper
October 14, 2012

1 comment:

  1. You may have no idea how hard it was to pin this idea down to a coherent visual image. If illustration is indeed about making choices and solving problems, this was indeed a damn hard one to solve.

    But I think I did solve it. Quite well.


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