Tuesday, October 21, 2008

So you hear my song wandering through the trees


60 x 80 cm
23 x 31 inches

Un paso más en la serie de Bosques Mágicos.
Me gustaría que pudierais ver cómo van quedando enmarcados, con las texturas de los diferentes papeles, con los personajes interaccionando y formando un mini-mundo.
Estos días necesitamos magia. Y mitos y cuentos y alma.
Creo que nunca antes me había expresado mejor con tan poco.
Espero que estos cuadros salgan pronto a airearse en un par de exposiciones.
Y sí, estarán a la venta.

This is a step forward in the Magical Forests series.
I'd like you to see them framed, with the different paper textures, with the characters building up their own mini-world and interacting.
These days we could all do with some magic. And with myths and with storytelling and with a little soul.
I believe That I'd never before expressed myself better with so little.
I expect these pieces to come out and breathe in a couple of forecoming little exhibits.
And yes, for those of you who asked, they'll be available to buy.

Today's music:
Joni Mitchell

12 comments:

Kirti said...

i haven;t been leaving comments but I'm still here all the time loving it, especially this picture, i look forward to it's story!!!

Aran said...

es que son una maravilla. me encantria verlos enmarcados!

Jorge said...

Jajaj... gran solucion para hacer sitio. Esta es mi Esti...

Let it flow, let it flow...

Eli said...

Beautiful illustration, Esti!

anne said...

i'm in awe of this series you are drawing these days. i hope to see an e-shop opening soon :)

natalia said...

me gustaría verlos en persona :)

Ciara said...

I said it before, these are my very favourite you've done. And soon available to buy! Yay! I can just picture one hanging on my wall...

FruensWerk said...

Veeeeeeeerrrrryyyyy NICE Esti :)

Roxana said...

magnificent! and how true this is: These days we could all do with some magic. And with myths and with storytelling and with a little soul.

.girl ferment. said...

i wished i lived in this forest.

Katrina said...

sooo beautiful, esti. how do you make them... is it ink on paper? they are gorgeous and i love the configurations of groups and circles of women. i can't wait to see this exhibition through your blog!

Esti said...

katrina, yes all of these series are ink on paper and papercuts. Within the next week you'll see more pieces of magical forests and circles around here :)