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Backyard View

In black and white, doodles, sketch on September 21, 2014 at 5:04 pm

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White paper with black ink ballpoint gel. Messy backyard view, full of weeds

Somewhere in St.Petersburg (II)

In black and white, doodles, sketch on October 12, 2013 at 3:22 pm

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OXFAM T-SHIRT DESIGN COMPETITION

In award, best drawing on May 14, 2012 at 3:36 pm

I have an acute irritation in my left eye and I can’t open it and this news is such a miracle for me….

Two months ago I was submitted a design for oxfam t-shirt design competition. The design is about oxfam GROW campaign. GROW is about the 1 bilion people who go to bed hungry each night, it’s about food: food production and distribution and food insecurity. GROW strives for equality, sustainability and a re-imagining of the food system – to one where we can grow, eat, and live in a better way.

I was feeling doubt to be a finalist in this competition since the election is based on VOTE and I am a newbie in OXFAM competition. What I try to say is that I don’t have any friends redbubble yet 😦

Don’t give up too early! The quote is really work! My design in  THE TOP TEN designs and as a runner up I got 5 DUCKS and 11 CHICKENS 😛  Two days ago, my bunch of DUCKS and CHICKEN is currently packing their suitcases and heading for the hungry people in Mozambique and Laos 🙂

and today an OXFAM card report has just arrived in my email inbox: a sweet message

  I also find a sweet picture inside, be nice with the chicken ya 😉 Hmm, I still waiting news from my other ducks and chicken..pia..pia..pia…

If you like this t-shirt, you can buy it through red bubble and customize the color, size and it’s style with 22USD.

Country House in Framed Print

In best drawing, black and white, stuff on March 28, 2012 at 6:32 pm

Hmm, this is a lovely month. I have added some cool stuff in kofeart, not only selected iPhone case, I also added Framed print that you can purchase through redbubble and artflakes. Here is the first sample of Framed Print, Country House in Framed Print

Beautiful ya ;), different from artflake, redbubble provide customer to adjust any kind of frame style, frame color and matte color for print art in framed. This sample is adjust with large print (24.0″ x 16.0″), with black frame color and bright with matte color in flat frame (30mm wide and 20mm deep).

This is just a sample, you can change the matte color, frame color and frame style. You can purchase this framed print with $167.08, if you purchase in small or medium size, it will be cheaper. Sample page for framed print will be available in framed print page in this blog.

Are you falling in love with Country House in Framed Print?

 

Famous and Historical Building iPhone Case Series

In stuff on March 28, 2012 at 1:41 pm

Not only Moty series for iPhone Case, Famous and Historical Building iPhone case series also has just launched to day!

St. Basils Catheral become the 1st product in this series.

You can get this  iPhone case with $40.94 at redbubble with world wide delivery service with regular and express service choice.

Order will package in good condition, you can also choose gift wrapping option to send your order as a gift for someone.

Different from Moty Series, this series can be used as souvenir in your shop or a specific gift to present someone’s memory while they are visiting the place

Happy shopping! 😉

New Moty iPhone Case Now Available

In stuff on March 28, 2012 at 12:24 pm

Moty series for iPhone Case has just launched to day!

 

You can get this cute iPhone case with $39.30 at redbubble with world wide delivery service with regular and express service choice.

Order will package in good condition, you can also choose gift wrapping option to send your order as a gift for someone.

Surfing kofeart (kofegeek small art) to know more about Moty character.

Happy shopping! 😉

From the Door

In black and white, doodles, sketch on March 13, 2012 at 7:59 pm

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What the hell are we thinking about? Yes, we have go to see outside! Dragon has take the decision first. Look at him, he was running to the hill 😀

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This a second series of my previous drawing, Outside the Door. If I make the 3rd, 4th, and etc., the compilation will be a children book, hahahahaha. I promise to someone that I will show him what was happen from the door. By the way, my drawing looking better and naturally. It is because I have just get my SCANNER get FIXED! I am happy about that 🙂 The scans  become bright, soft and clear and the most important is, it can catch my colored drawing scratch, perfect 😀 Wait my colored drawing with the FIXED SCANNER in my next post ya. Say goodbye to Adobe Photoshop! 😛

St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans

In black and white, doodles, sketch on March 9, 2012 at 8:08 am

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This is my sketch of St.Louis Cathedral, New Orleans, called in France as Cathédrale Saint-Louis, Roi de France. A famous Roman Catholic cathedral. built in Renaissance and Spanish colonial style. Three churches have stood on the site since 1718. The first was a crude wooden structure in the early days of the colony. Construction of a larger brick and timber church was begun in 1725 and was completed in 1727. Along with numerous other buildings, the church was destroyed in the Great New Orleans Fire (1788) on Good Friday, March 21, 1788. The cornerstone of a new church was laid in 1789 and the building was completed in 1794. In 1793 Saint Louis Church was elevated to cathedral rank as the See of the Diocese of New Orleans, making it one of the oldest cathedrals in the United States. In 1819 a central tower with the clock and bell was added.

Media: A4 HVS 100 gram and gel ballpoint

“The song of a Child”

In collaboration, doodles, sketch on March 2, 2012 at 9:20 am

“The song of a Child”
Illustration by: Sylvia Hase
Written by: Ellen Fredrickson
“A child doesn’t need a beat or rhythm to sing a song.
They are each born with a mystical sense of music,
and interpretation of self.”
From her mouth so innocent
comes forth a song….
A song like none other.
She lifts her head to the heavens
singing of the angles above.
She sings of the butterflies tickling her nose,
and the soft grass under her feet.
She sings tales of woodland creatures
and how she dreams to run with them.
Her voice carries with it the harmony of the winds,
and the beauty of the rainbows.
As if having wings of her own she glides
across the field of tall green grass,
and dances with her sweet melody.
Her song is carried by the wind,
in hopes of reaching a tired soul in need of strength.
Hearing the delicate song of a child,
brings great peace and serenity to all that will listen.
May her song lift your spirits
and soothe your trouble soul
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This is my first post in March, and my first collaboration with Ellen Fredrickson from thewriterescapewithwords. Ellen already has her own poetry book. Her book name is  “Between the Lines:  A collection from the deepest corners of my mind”. You can buy it with 13USD from createspaces or  amazone. You can also read her lovely thoughts in thewriterescapewithwords. We hope you like our collaboration. I wish I can make a collaboration again with her. Don’t forget to leave your comments ya, we gonna love to read it 😉

Moty The Big Nose

In colored, doodles, sketch on February 7, 2012 at 7:43 pm

Hi, this is Moty 😉

Moty has a big nose. Can you see that? It’s look like koala nose. He love to napping under the tree after lecturing. What a lazy Moty?! 😛 Sometime he forget the autumn season and this is what gonna happen to him when he wake up. Moty full of leaves. Poor Moty 😀

PS for Moty: Don’t get angry. I draw your nose really good 😛

Media: A4 HVS 100 gram, watercolor pencil and gel ballpoint

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