יום שבת, 29 באוקטובר 2011

A day in Yafo






Hi ! I am a french graphic designer who is in love with sketch books : I love to make them of course but also to see what approach other artists have for describing their environment.
Since I married an israeli, I am living between Paris and Yafo, my adopted town for these last 4 years. Today, for the meeting of Urban sketchers, it happened that I guided a part of the groupe in the Old city of Yafo. A bit funny for someone who is always considered a tourist... to guide people from Tel Aviv !

I add some sketches I did a couple of days ago, when I met some very nice young girls in the park of Yafo. Also this is Israel, a mix of culture, beliefs and religion. They were attracted when they saw me drawing, asked for a portrait and we had a nice exchange, through art.

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  1. i love your sketches! would love to see more :)

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  2. Aurore, welcome to the USK!
    I love your mixedmedia tecnique and use of collages in your sketches. Great story about the girls in the park - ineraction with people is what Urban Sketchers is about!

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  3. Aurore, beatuful sketches, I love the dark gentleness of them :)

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  4. !Thanks for your commentaries
    Efrat, for more sketches, etchings and stories, you can visit my Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/aurorevigne/set
    And here is my graphic designer website: http://www.aurorevigne.com

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  5. Aurore! beautiful sketches! I really admire your work! I also tried to capture the arch, but I like your composition a lot better

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  6. Great works, I love the most the drawing of 3 palms

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  7. aurore' it's really amaizing. i loved your sketchings, and i really loved the one with the girl watching the arch', i loved the long organs' the ones of the collomns and the ones of the girl. happy to know you. i also admired the graphic work in your web site. so clean and french. it's a little bit difficult to describe what makes it so french, maby something that is fun an neet altogether, is that what you'de call shik?

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