Bye Bye Baby-printable digital illustration.

I have always loved Victorian illustrations, those full of details, of crossed signs, of gloomy atmospheres.
If I had to think about moving images, I would feel indebted to Tim Burton.

But I owe a lot to Gorey. It’s as if I find my imaginary world in him.
I was an avid reader of Gothic novels and a great admirer of Conan Doyle and Allan Poe. I’m from there, even though my women are colorful and graceful.

 

 

 

  • This is a high quality digital Sheet Letter Form (A4 format) 300dpi.
  • You can use these images for your artwork, decoupage, greeting cards, jewelry, scrapbooking, stickers, magnets, bottle caps, and more.
  • You cannot share the digital file with others.
  • All digital items can be used for personal use.

With your artwork or scarf, you will receive a paper certificate proving the authenticity of the artwork/foulard.
Whether it is a limited edition print or a limited edition scarf, you will receive the exact numbering.
Details of the year in which the artwork/scarf was made, the material used, the size, title, date and signature will complete the certificate.
My signature will attest to the authenticity of the product.

With your artwork or scarf, you will receive a paper certificate proving the authenticity of the artwork/foulard.
Whether it is a limited edition print or a limited edition scarf, you will receive the exact numbering.
Details of the year in which the artwork/scarf was made, the material used, the size, title, date and signature will complete the certificate.
My signature will attest to the authenticity of the product.

10,00

Story

If I have to say who I’m madly in love with, it’s Edward Gorey. Rich, full of gothic and irony, of children killed or bad, of atmospheres incredibly out of the chorus. Ambiguous, macabre, unlikely characters. Stories lashing, gloomy, yet full of ironic cues.
Gorey’s cats, sly and full of human feelings. The elegant and mysterious women, the animals that live around us and charge themselves with human qualities and defects.
For me the illustration is the narrated story. For me, the illustration is full of criticism of society drawn with fast and light strokes.
Yes, I owe a lot to Gorey. It’s as if I find my imaginary world in him.

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