Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Illustration Friday: Communication

The digital communication era is a thing of wonder, but it is also a bit of a curse. It's an easy way to stay in touch with friends and family, and it can introduce us to those we may never meet otherwise. But, it can also distance us from those we are closest to, and the world right outside our doors.

15 comments:

nina said...

You make a great point along with an excellent illustration!

Cathy June Arneson said...

So true. Very well illustrated.

Muffin said...

hehe, thats me on the right! :D I like it a lot. Sigh - what has the world come to. :P

Zara said...

Great illustration, wonderful style.

Diane Duda said...

very nice! love the bike and swing sitting idle in the background.

Halloweenville said...

i agree... i love teh backgrounhd in this amazing

md said...

great illo to show this idea and i couldn't agree more

Julie Olson said...

I love the block color and texture in this piece. And it is so funny how two kids can be in the same room "talking" to each other but not talking. We've lost a little bit of communication...it's not just words is it? BTW, love the mac book.

Geninne said...

So true...
Your illo is great, love the colors you chose.

Michelle Lana said...

Hehehe...SUPERB!!! great one.

flossy-p said...

Love this! The colours are wonderful, and I love the shape of their heads. I hope they get up and go run around outside together soon. I bags the first turn on the swing.

Emila Yusof said...

Cool idea!

glimbit said...

Yes, definitely two sides to that coin: I'm a stranger to the outside world thanks to my computer over-indulgence, but I'm becoming less of a stranger to my old college buds because of it.

Nice color and texture in this one, Angela!

Alina Chau said...

Lovely, you so capture the trend of e-mail!

Big A said...

this is great! she is working on a mac and he a pc ... i hope! cheers!