Friday, 4 February 2011

Bliss


I couldn't be happier. Seriously.


Tiny pens and pencils, a pot of tea, a fan wafting cool air around, and Grooveshark's 'experimental' radio station.

19 comments:

Anabel Fournier said...

What a beautiful design you're working on!

daisy janie said...

Looks divine! Your attention to detail is always so apparent - wow!

Seamingly Sarah said...

love it!

painted fish studio said...

i can almost hear your fan...

mizu designs said...

I so know what you mean. You've pretty much described my ideal day. Plenty of fans been whirring at house of late!

Anja said...

Amazing! How do you make it all so exact?!!

Gina said...

Got my cover and put it around my moleskin and both are traveling around with me in my purse! Thank you!
:-) Gina

Jo said...

I can so relate to that - there's nothing better than working away on something creative, great music in the background, it's almost like being in a meditative state.

Francesca said...

that looks like it's going to be stunning! x

sakurasnow said...

Blissful indeed! Sounds like a perfect way to spend a day. All the pattern in your drawing looks wonderful!

Heloise said...

What a beautiful post - I love the detail in before and after. I've always found pattern and music good companions.

heleen said...

That looks fabulous! I am curious where you are working on, it seems huge.

andrea said...

Once again, your post has made my hands itchy to draw :) Lovely designs.

Pinktulip said...

Lovely designs Jesse. Can't wait to see what you plan to make now. You mention a fan? Only in Cape Town lately. Been chilly up here, not to mention all the rain!

Danya Ristić said...

I know what you mean; it's a rare kind of contentment. And lovely patterns are emerging on your pages.

Jenny said...

It's always an inspiration to see what you're working on. Don't be squeamish about raising your prices- I think your work is more than worth the increase.

Freshly Found said...

Beautiful!

L'Atelier said...

sounds like bliss!
the results are just amazing!

Elza said...

I can so relate - except we don't have Grooveshark here.