maandag 2 augustus 2021

Year of the Ox

I thought I already had posted my Year of the Ox-ox at the start of this year, but apparently I didn't. Meanwhile I sent a scan of the design to Azeeda, a company in the UK, who uses designs as prints on all kind of objects. And, luckily for me as a stamp hoarder: also designs are turned into (unmounted) rubber stamps! :-)
I earn a few cents per bought object, and so far I'm the only one who bought this rubber stamp (plus one for Eva, Eva: it will be on its way to you soon, for your LVQR project :-) ).

vrijdag 18 december 2020

Kookaburra puzzled

Ontwerp voor een persoonlijke postzegel.

Design for a personalized stamp.

zondag 8 november 2020

Drowning thanks to DAP

Ik hoop dat de nieuwe president er ook zal zijn voor de èchte Amerikanen: de oorspronkeljike bewoners van het continent. Deze tekening maakte ik 4 jaar geleden, naar aanleiding van de brute aanval van de Amerikaanse overheid op de mensen in Noord-Dakota, omdat er zo nodig een oliepijplijn (DAP, Dakota access pipeline) door het grondgebied moest. Grrr.

I hope that the new Potus will stand for the real Americans: the native people. This illustration I made four years ago, because of the more than brutal aggression of the American government against the people, to force an oil pipeline (DAP, Dakota access pipeline), which would and will destroy the people's earth and water. So unfair and cruel...

zaterdag 23 februari 2019

Postslak - Snail Mail Snail

After work, the mail has been delivered.

Sent to Canada.

zondag 14 januari 2018

Portrait of a horse named Olly

'Framed' the way my late grandfather added photos to his photoalbum.

Sent to the owner of Olly (well, people own animals as much as animals own people - so: sent to Olly's human :-) ).

vrijdag 5 januari 2018

The revenge of the Fish

Anyone who thinks 'sport' fishing is a nice hobby is short-sighted. There is debate about the question whether fish do feel pain or not, but I think no one can deny that having a hook stinged through your lip and getting into an environment in which you're suffering from asphyxia is not such a nice situation.

The postcard you see on bottom right made me make the illustration above.
Sent to Willemien in Germany, who loves fish in a positive way.