Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Darjeeling Cafe: Elephant in a Teacup

This is a little thing I did for Darjeeling Cafe in Staunton. It will appear on Tshirts and on small things like postcards and those little stickers that go on people's loose leaf teas. I think it's pretty awesome because it's very abstract and still quite clear what it is. In one color!

I enjoy limiting things to one color. In fact, a lot of times, small illustrations I do in many colors don't make it onto this blog because I'm not as proud of them. They're good and everything, but working with every color in the rainbow feels like cheating sometimes. It feels easy.

1 comment:

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