Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Please, Sir...

...May I have some more?

[artist ducks]

Hmmm, t-shirt? And if so, should it have the words on? Maybe kind of pearlescent colors.

18 comments:

Caio Fernandes said...

lovely details ...i wonder the size of this drawing , because too smal must to be hard to focus on so much little ....

ArtSparker said...

Caio- It's about 12 inches tall.

justdoodleit said...

Hahaha! Hilarious, that's a nice 'Twist':)

Jenny said...

This awkward surrealistic figure is the bomb. I also like the Oliver Twist reference.

California Girl said...

it would make an intriguing tee and would generate lots of comment.

ArtSparker said...

CG - One hopes it would not result in the wearer getting punched in the face for the obnoxious pun...

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Fresca said...

Oh, when we "get" a pun, we tend to feel smug, not pugnacious, don't you think?
This made me feel quite pleased with myself for getting the pun and the literary reference...

It's also just a charming image!

As a T-shirt, maybe you could move the title above the head, so it doesn't get lost at the wearer's waist. I vote that the quote is part of the fun, and so should go on it too.

ArtSparker said...

Fresca - Thanks for that very thoughtful critique.

costanza said...

davvero apprezzabile!

Totalfeckineejit said...

I am reminded of,'The Man Whose Head Expanded' by The Fall.

Ginga Squid said...

Cool! Also looks like lots of tiny eyes!

andres casciani said...

Hi! you got a crazy-lovely style!!

Tom said...

maybe the quote on the reverse of the shirt...

this is nice for the beach going/ musical buffs out there. And pelicans.

Anonymous said...

Hahaha! This cracks me up. So solemn.

Ribbon said...

without words


:) ribbon

The Scrybe said...

Love this image!

lettuce said...

with words, i'd say - but maybe on the back as Tom suggested?