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Collection: 2010 mash up
By day I am an upstanding mosaic designer for New Ravenna Mosaics on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. By night I am a superdork drawing whatever weird things pop into my head. By morning I'm exhausted.
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That Noah sure knows how to build an arky-arky!
large scale repeats (9495),
spoonflower contest (2563),
windows and doors (107),
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Posted over 3 years ago.
What an icrdibly original idea!
Posted almost 4 years ago.
Such a remarkable design. I love each detail.
Posted over 4 years ago.
This is a wonderful design, so whimsical!
absolutely one of the coolest Noah's arks!
Posted about 5 years ago.
I love this, it was one of my personal favorites.
Posted about 6 years ago.
This is amazing- well done!
WOW cean, this is really properly amazing - yet another superb design from you!!! i love everything about it...the gorgeous illustrations, the b/w animals really make the bright coloured doors stand out! love the perspective and the whole story/idea behind it. really you are brilliant!!!
Wow there are so many comments here. I love this. I hope it wins. Good luck!
oooh, lemmming at 'em, Victoria. I need to learn how to draw these small and suicidal creatures. I may have to stop the video before they take the plunge, though.
Good picture/video of lemmings here, sad at the end though; you know lemmings.
Wow!! Great Fabric!!!
You guys are making me all tingly with your sweet comments! Yes, ttoz, sloths tend to sneak into a lot of my drawings. And I think they are chipmunks, Vicotria. They were meant to be lemmings, but I don't know what the heck a lemming really looks like, so I stuck to what I know. Linkolisa, ms-corona, annosch, lulakiti, simboko, pattysloniger, weavingmajor, and babysisterrae, thank you all too! I can't stress enough how amazing this community is!
So imaginative! I really love how your illustrative style works for a fabric design.
This would be so very very specially fantastic and unique to be a pop out book for children! Where are the childrens book illustrators' reps when you need one? Very cool!
GGG - Great idea! Great illustrations! Great composition!
Hahaha, I didn't see the narwhale before, I love it! And are those chipmunks staring out the window? This is so much fun.
Love all your animals!--is that a sloth on the chandelier?! I love that every time I look, I see something new -- all the detail is great including what is lurking in the water outside the windows! Great work, Cean!
Awesome! I absolutely love it!
Great illustration! I could watch the monkey business going on all day long.
At the risk of sounding like a bad 80s movie, this is TOTALLY AWESOME!! (although astounding and utterly mind-blowing would be equally acceptable alternates!)
Hehe- yes ma'am ceanirminger! I already have a few monkeys around here- I don't want anymore!
But really really- you have skillz!
hee hee! "packed too much into this one" - no way. This is perfect for a pillowcase or quilt squares or something in a kids room where they are going to stare at it for hours every day - and always find new things to make them laugh! wonderful animals. and I love how they're all trading rooms and visiting each other...
This is really wonderful. I don't know how you ever find the time to do such detailed illustrations. I love all the little bunnies.
Holy crap I LOVE IT!! Absolute magic.
thank you so much, Sammyk, dollproject, decobot and bella_modiste, you old so and so's! I'm glad to hear I got the apartment feel right, Sammyk. I originally just wanted it to be a regular apartment with a hidden monkey, but it seems I am incapable of subtlety. dollproject, you don't even want to know what's behind the doors I left closed. Decobot, I learned the hard way growing up, you never put two rabbits together, even if you think they are both girls. It was quite a surprise to all of us kids when Cricket and her sister Carrot became parents. And Bella_ modiste, you had best leave your entry in or I'm going to show up on your doorstep with all of these monkeys in tow and then you'll be sorry.
oh jeez....I'm just going to go pull my entry now....hehe
Amazing! So many wonderfully done details, I can't pick my favorite room! I love the birds lined up on the door and the critters sitting on Noah's shoulders. Looks like he probably should of kept the two rabbits in separate rooms.
BTW, this looks almost exactly like every frenetically overrun apartment I've ever lived in in NYC. Monkeys included.
I love that there are potentially unlimited second floors :]. This looks great up close and equally great far away and there is so much to see! From the thumb, I was expecting to see hallways loaded matrix style, hehe. I'll bet I would close some of those doors pretty quickly after I opened them. ;]
Well, it looks like you need to get that left hand of yours insured by Lloyd's of London pronto. Epic skill level of illustration work here; bravo!
Scrummy, kdl,kukubee,francine,pinksodapop and vo, thank you, you amazing people! I really packed too much into this one, but once I got started, I couldn't stop! Thanks for your vote of confidence about the perspective, Francine. It's definitely one of my weak points, which you can tell by those not intentional fun house looking doors. Escher would probably throw himself down his never ending, never beginning staircase if he heard your comparison (though I loved it!)
Fun and twisted...perfect.
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I love the forced Escher perspective - this is just amazing!
I heart your brain. This is fantastic!!! :D
Love your illustrations and imagination, what a trip!
awwww blimey - brilliant.... loving the primary colours and well, wow. cool. wow. xxx
and here's the second floor herbivores.
ceanirminger uploaded a fabric image for
High Rise Aparkments :
here's half of the omnivore's observatory.
here's a detail of the grazer's gazebo.
Here's a detail of the primate pagoda!
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