mandag, august 14, 2006

play

The grass-man drawed a man at the stones with white crayon from the school, and then he played "jump-in-the-man".

His friends always wants him to start - then they can jump in his footprints. Maybee you remember, that when the grass-man goes at stones or at the ground without any plants, he lefts grass in his footprints?


13 kommentarer:

carla sagde ...

This is fun, and i love the green against the grey! Good old grass man...he's so playful:>

republicofdesire sagde ...

unique, i like this. nice little feet.

luisa brehm sagde ...

like the story of grass man ....
it's cooooooooooool !!!

steve sagde ...

Great idea and art here! I like how you wrote from a child's point of view too. This is somewhat of a departure for you yet you still managed to keep it within a common thread of previous stuff.

georg sagde ...

Thankyou very much for your kind comments - I'm so glad to see, that you like the grass-man and the other personalities at my blog.

I try to show our joys and troubles as human beings in this little world, where it's so much more simple.

AndyDoodler sagde ...

"I try to show our joys and troubles as human beings in this little world, where it's so much more simple."
I like this a lot- great work and sentiment. (and, of course- I like the chalk)

faeorain sagde ...

Very original take on the topic. Most unique I have seen so far and very playful! Great illustration.

Mauricio sagde ...

Hello!!

very cool!

Congratulations

michael dailey sagde ...

imaginative and creative like th egreen prints on th e grey stone

AscenderRisesAbove sagde ...

hopscotch... thanks for the memory. I flashed on trying to play in rollerskates; what a chuckle. And rollerskating... so much easier to do in the grass!

Alina Chau sagde ...

what a wonderful idea!!

scribblesk sagde ...

What a cool and original design and concept!

Michael O'Connell sagde ...

this is great… it takes me back and reminds me of times long past and longer passed still as it reminds me of crop circles and the like… well done…