Um ex-engenheiro aeronáutico chamado Jose Naranja decidiu que iria largar seu emprego para conhecer o mundo. Viajou por vários países com um caderninho na mão e produziu sketchbooks detalhadíssimos mostrando tudo o que fazia e observava em suas temporadas fora do país. E isso apesar de nunca ter desenhado profissionalmente.
Nessas viagens, ele já preencheu doze livros e até fez uma coletânea deles, The orange manuscript. São 120 páginas compilando material dos livrinhos originais que Naranja fez.
No Instagram tem alguns detalhes da produção de Naranja.
Page dedicated to culture in general and Japan culture in particular. I’m always fascinated about developed cultures. So much points to appreciate and admire. There is not a perfect culture (neither now nor ever) but I could mention the TOP 3 nowadays according to my own criteria: Japan, UK and Russia. I’m not going in deep now, just say Japanese take care of every detail and as example this ramen, where even the colors have been chosen for any reason creating an aesthetic composition. And that’s applicable to everything. Respect.
Mr. Likespain wakes up early every day and go out to look for mushrooms. The ones he eats grow in the top of a mountain which Mr. Likespain has to climb, with pain. He collects some mushrooms and come back home. Alert! Mr. Likespain has to filter carefully the mushrooms since half of them are poisoned. It’s like so: Mushrooms with odd number of dots are ok. Mushrooms with even number of dots are poisoned. The problem is these mushrooms have A LOT of dots, a time consuming task for Mr. Likespain. And risky. At the end of the day he manages to cook the good ones. Actually Mr. Likespain doesn’t like mushrooms too much. They are just ok.
Via Laughing Squid.