Monday, January 02, 2006

Illustration Friday: Flavor



The Ice Cream Store

Oh, the kids around the block are like an
Ice cream store,
'Cause there's chocolate and vanilla,
And there's maple and there's more,

And there's butterscotch and orange--
Yes, there's flavors by the score;
And the kids around the block are like an
Ice cream store!

--Dennis Lee

17 comments:

Rachel said...

Thats such a cute illustration! Makes me wanna buy an ice cream to eat now..:D

Sea Angel said...

Beautiful illustration, I love the colors and the action within it.

isay said...

what a lovely illustration. it reminds me of a typical day back home and made me miss our national ice cream flavors

Kactiguy said...

Wonderful!

Ellen said...

I think I am tutti frutti! LOL This is awesome as usual!

ValGalArt said...

oh paige you are such a cutie! i adore this one!!! love the quote and your happy, happy illo! you always put a smile on my face!!!

heather said...

fun illustration Paige!

Holly said...

Oh what a happy sunny day. I could use one of those. Very cheery and fun. Well done.

Jaimie said...

charming. I love your painting. It makes me long for summer

Ian Sands said...

Selling us ice cream in January :)

Great portfolio

~pony

carla said...

This totally transports me into summer! Those dunes and seagrass are perfect...ah...wonderful:>

Knitting Painter Woman said...

What they said! Your illustrations are easy to identify with and always seem to tell a story of their own. Even though it's not cold winter here, I loved the warm summery feel you got with the colors!

LudaChristian said...

Love your illustration style... so "children-y". Yes, I just coined that word.

kay susan said...

Love it. I once sold icecream from a barrow like this, in the summer on Hampstead Heath. It had a huge block of dry ice in the bottom that had to be replaced at least once a day!

Liz Jones said...

Love it! Nice break from the freezing drizzle outside my window!

Courtney said...

wonderful poem and illo. :)

Anonymous said...

adorable! reminds me of chutes and ladders for some reason.

erika
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