Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Ornamented With Sushi, 5.5" x 8", Graphite on paper, 2009

This is my entry into Karin Juricks DSFDF,.

I have been so busy I had to get this one done on the train, tube and bus stops today to meet the deadline.




I hate to miss the fun, so I am just happy I have something to join those wonderful pieces on the DSFDF site.

I have no explanation for this piece, just wanted a twist to the sushi.

17 comments:

Avocaken said...

I LIKE IT! The thoughts of other riders in the bus, train etc. might be worthy of a blog of it's own. :-)

Warm regards,

Ken B.

adebanji said...

Thanks Avocaken...You've got me thinking...

Edward Burton said...

Wonderful piece, Adebanji! Very clever.

adebanji said...

Thanks Edward!

artbyakiko said...

Again, very creative. Josh is now a king of sushi! Wonderful work!

L.Holm said...

Great interpretation to the challenge. You've made it all your own--a lovely drawing with great humanity.

adebanji said...

Yes, thanks Akiko, Josh is now King of sushi!
Also, thanks L.Holm!

Carol Horzempa said...

What an imagination you have! I always look forward to seeing your next DSFDF Challenge. I wonder if I could draw a picture of my son or daughter from memory. I bet it would be hard but not for you I'm sure. Wonderful work, Adebanji!

r garriott said...

A very nice twist indeed! Works well on several levels. I always love seeing what you come up with. (And I hear you're quite the tour guide, too!)

Gwen Bell said...

Wonderfully creative! I love the way the Sushi sneaks up on you. At first glace it looks like a beautiful African boy in traditional dress...and then there's the twist. Great job!

Gwen Bell said...

Wonderfully creative! At first glance I saw a beautiful African boy in traditional dress...then the Sushi snuck up on me. You have such strong drawing skills. I'm so glad you made it in time for the finish line because your pieces are always so imaginative.

Sheila said...

I love how you always seem to incorporate that adorable son of yours in the challenges. That's a challenge unto itself!

Diane Morgan said...

What would we do without your wonderful twists. Keep 'em coming. Love it as always.

adebanji said...

Thanks Carol, R.Garriot, Gwen, Sheila and Diane, I really appreciate your comments! They serve as an encouragement!

James Parker said...

Rushed or not rushed, this is a great piece...one of my top 5 faves in this challenge. As always, Adebanji, you have given it the "crowning touch" and Josh fills the regal roll(role) well.

artbyakiko said...

I just love this one a lot! Had to come back to see it again. :)

adebanji said...

Thanks once again Akiko!