That would be our baby reading the galleys of the new book A Paris Year.
Look at that gorgeous skull. Evidence that my cravings for glasses of milk is warranted.
Another close up of the book:
If you look closely between this and the book Paris Letters, you’ll notice something quirky.
That Eiffel Tower is the same drawing. In both cases I quite literally cut and paste it into place, not realizing they would both show up on the covers of books in about the same place. That Eiffel Tower… you don’t want to draw that monument too many times. Geesh. It’s the angle of the curve from top to bottom that is problematic. Speaking of curves from top to bottom…
Due at the top of 2017. I do enjoy starting the year with a new project. I didn’t realize seven months ago that this would be the project.
I haven’t shouted it to the rooftops until now, but people are starting to catch on so I suppose I should tell everyone I’m not just eating lots of cookies. Instead I’ve been completing the new book and whipping up the latest Paris Letters. All these are now avails at my Etsy shop.
This one is about Dublin and the feisty Irish:
This one is about Praiano, Italy and the romantic Italians:
This one is about a short stroll along The Great Trail…. Canada created the longest recreational trail in the world for its 150th birthday. Happy birthday us!
In keeping with the autumn theme, I did another about finding the best apples in autumn. It’s not easy in this modern age of mealy, tasteless pommes.
Now back to Paris. Here we are on Ile Saint-Louis, sitting in a café and soaking up the wave of new-project energy that happens after the long vacation of August
And a few weeks later, autumn in Paris preforms its annual costume change.