vendredi 5 novembre 2010

Tribute to Sky doll


SKY DOLL © Barbara Canepa & Alessandro Barbucci


I have the pleasure to contribute to the Tribute to Sky Doll show that will take place in Paris! (Nov 13 to Dec 24), next to many awesome artists that make me feel all shy :

FR : J'ai le plaisir de participer à l'expo hommage à Sky Doll, qui se tiendra à Paris du 13 Novembre au 24 Decembre, aux côtés de plein d'artistes qui me font me sentir toute petite :

James Moreau, Benjamin Lacombe, Tony Sandoval, Kei Acedera, Bobby Chu, Gaëtan Gate Labofakto, Jeremie Almanza, Marietta Ren, Lilidoll, Clément Léfevre, Matteo De Longis, Sefora Pons, Guillaume Bianco, Alexandre Day, Mikael Bourgouin, Annette Marnat, Maya Mihindou, Véronique Meignaud, Manuel Arenas, Nicolas Nemiri, Bill Presing, Claire Wendling (!!)... and many more. :)


Barbara Canepa and Alessandro Barbucci will be at the opening to sign their new book SKY DOLL Decade 00>10.

FR : Barbara Canepa et Alessandro Barbucci seront présent au vernissage le 13 Novembre et dédicaceront leur nouveau livre SKY DOLL Decade 00>10.



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So after many abandonned ideas...

Après plein d'idées abandonnées...

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... here it is, still in progress

... j'en suis là.

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I will show the final soon! :)

7 commentaires:

jake gumbleton a dit…

Wow Clo,
What an amazing oportunity!!
I love Skydoll. Look forward to seeing what your final looks like. Great start so far.

Fabian a dit…

Hey Clo! What a great news! Can't wait to see the final version! Wish i could be there, but i will have to order the book by mail. Have an amazing weekend! :)

yohan. a dit…

elle est belle :$

Clo a dit…

Jake : Yep, I'm very happy! :) thank you!

Fabian : Thank you! Have a good week end too!

Yohan : Merci pour elle! :P

Steve Doogan a dit…

Hi Aurélie,

I love your work, but how on earth do you colour your pencil lines and keep them a different colour from the flats below? I'm racking my brains to sort this out but it's eluding me! Thanks, Steve D

Steve Doogan a dit…

Hi Aurélie,

I love your work, but how on earth do you colour your pencil lines and keep them a different colour from the flats below? I'm racking my brains to sort this out but it's eluding me! Thanks, Steve D

Clo a dit…

Steve : I just keep them on a different layer, without background, so I can select them and color them. :)