Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Ammon's Mole Goes to Washington

Moleskine Minutiae

Ammon's mole enjoyed a trip to Washington, DC over Spring Break. Together we spent two days in the National Gallery of Art, which was a real treat. I worked on the spread above on the plane ride back, and all I can say is that it felt good to get all that minutiae out of my head! Detail shot of one of the pages below.

Ammon's Mole Detail

The spread below was a bit of a shortcut, as I used the image from the map of the National Gallery of Art. I'll try to find out who the famous artist is of this classic and let you know in comments, if you're interested.

Moleskine portraits

Finally, here is the collaboration that Mary worked on when she had Ammon's mole. I added to it on the left side of the spread. Lots of fun.

Moleskine collaboration

Also have to apologize for the poor image quality. My scanner is not working, so took these with the good ol' iPhone.


Something Different said...

such lovely work Roma, you are boxing clever.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

These are great. I particularly love the top one and of course the collaboration! YAY!!!!

ballookey said...

Wow, those are some gorgeously detailed pages in there - I love them!

Ellen said...

These are great!

Mike Kline said...

Very nice! I really like these colorful images. I used a little color in yours! I hope you like.

roma said...

I do like, Mike. Thanks!