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Monday, August 5, 2013

Hybrid(s)

Artichokistan is not only well known for his nature beauty - vast landscapes, tree houses , weird plants.... but also for its inhabitants. There is endless variation of people living there, just take a look, please, at these quick  drawings I made on the railway station this afternoon while waiting for my train....

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  1. The guy in the middle seems to be out of place in Artichokistan. He must be a visitor from Allium Sepa City...also known as 'The Big Onion'.

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    1. and aka "a giant bulb" ;)
      Yes, Rod, You are very good observer ! :)

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  2. The little guy on the nose of the onion type is rather handsome!
    I like your jungle too. Lots of potatoe sprout vegetation in A stan.

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    1. yes, that's correct! A'stan is very nice place, isn't it? ;)

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  3. Very curious bunch, I wonder what they do for a living? What are the main industries in A'stan? Entertainment maybe?

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    1. Oh , art!! Of Course ART with big A ! :) And a bit entertainment as well. A bit food industry (crispy onion rings) :) and further quite peaceful people ...

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    2. Of course, should have guessed it!

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  4. The guy on the right could be the king of a really cool artichokistan chess set!

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  5. Colorful Onion-Head was at first my favorite, then I spotted the singing wheeled wonder. I could not only see her skating around Artichokistan with one leg up, but she would also be right at home in the Yellow Submarine. Superb!

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    1. :), thanks, Ted. Wheeled "beauties" use many of bike paths in the Kingdom. :)

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  6. Especially love the bicycle-leg girl!

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    1. Oh Thanks, Melissa, glad you like it! :)

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