Daily Archives: March 26, 2013

Pretty misery turns me blue

Pretty misery turns me blue

Pretty misery turns me blue

The other day i completed a similar picture whilst it was raining on a Sunday. Over the last few days though it has beeen absolutely freezing with my fingers turning blue as i was sitting trying to paint or so i thought (probably just a little bit of embellishment on my behalf there).

Anyway i decided to paint the girl again this time though reflecting my mood with the weather ouside a hey presto! what do you get? A picture of a topless woman staring at the floor but this time she’s blue of course.

Cheers

id-iom

 

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Never underestimate rabbits

Never underestimate rabbits

Never underestimate rabbits

I think the clue is in the title on this one. We all know that rabbits are hardly trustworthy at the best of times right? Well i can safely say that you can never underestimate one that tests make up on itself! They are definitely the worst kind and not to be trusted under any conditions. You can just see it in their beady (but beautifully made up) little eyes.

Consider this more of a warning sign than anything else. My work here is done…

It is A2 in size and is made using the magic of collage, acrylic paint and paint pen . Signed on reverse.

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Cheers

id-iom

 

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International Foreign Policy

International Foreign Policy

International Foreign Policy

There I was in Nanjing doing some work in my capacity as international archaeologist adventurer when i happened across an important archaeological artifact that sheds some light on Victorian international relations. It’s a small fragment of the original Treaty of Nanking that was presented to the Chinese by the British after the treaty was ratified by Queen Victoria and Doaguang Emperor in 1842. This was, of course, back when the British Empire was really something to behold and British foreign policy was perhaps a trifle more aggressive.
As befits my part-time international adventuring job (sadly it pays better than art) I hastened the document out of the country at the first opportunity from under the noses of the curious authorities (therein lies another tale for another time). Nonetheless it is an interesting curio with a certain historical value that should fetch a handsome sum from some museum or other. I believe Queen Victoria had thought it amusing to get this decorative addition made up so they would get the message that little bit more clearly and respect our swagger. How simply delightful!

It’s A3 in size and is made using the magic of spraypaint, stencils and paint pen. Signed on reverse.

Here is the ebay link

For further information about us and what we get up to you can visit our flickr (www.flickr.com/id-iom) and twitter (@thisisidiom).

Cheers

id-iom

 

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