26.10.11

Little Monsters Love to Read

As part of the current exhibit Monsters in the Bookshelf at the Thacher Gallery (located on the campus of USF in San Francisco) there has been a contest to create a poster of original artwork featuring a monster (or monsters) and a book.  The idea was to simultaneously promote creativity and reading.

 Above you can see my entry for the contest (the results will be announced October 30th...)

My little monsters love to read... How about yours?

10 comments:

  1. How wonderful! Oh, I hope you win - you should! Adorable :-)

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  2. Those are great!
    My oldest monster used to love to read. Now he stubbornly refuses to read of his own volition. I'm hoping it's temporary.

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  3. I can't wait till you have a wee book of all your clever creations! These are the cutest monsters I have ever seen!

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  4. Love the simplicity of your entry...and the cuteness of those monsters! Very charming. We love to read...and read and read and read.

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  5. Apparently, my little monsters love to read, but my littlest monster (AKA wee Bloom) also loves to eat little monsters. Today he ate most of the paint (and one of the spikes) off the head of the small orange monster... eek... Silly Little Mr. B. to have left the tiny orange monster on the floor...

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  6. I LOVE IT!
    my little monster likes to rip *gasp* books! ...her mamma is not very happy about it.

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  7. These are simultaneously gorgeous AND hilarious! You are SO clever. I'll have my fingers crossed for you on the 30th!

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  8. Oh my goodness, these are wonderful!

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  9. Monsters are supposed to rough and tumble. comes with the job.

    I have to admit that peg people, even among Waldorfians, have not charmed me at all. But yours do, every time. magic in the hands, my dear. Magic in the hands.

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