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Simbi Laveau

Terrifying Post-It Note Drawings

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http://m.tickld.com/...ely-on-post-its

I believe he does this with just pencil, on ordinary yellow post it note, 3"x3" squares .

Amazing, preturbing, and oddly mesmerizing.

Some of it reminds me of the art from Where The Wild Things Are.

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He just might have issues...

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It's like Dr. Seuss's evil twin.

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Really creepy and cool!

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I love these!

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If Tim Burton directed a Ghibli Studio movie, this would be the end result.

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20 and 24 remind me of monty pythons `knights who say NI´

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Actually they are really good considering the small area he has to work with.

He is very adept at judging perspectives and size.

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I love them!

The reactions of the human characters (for the most part) come off as complete indifference, and its kind of funny to me. A world with young children and terrifying beast just going about their days is a nice little concept.

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His drawings are really macabre, but i actually like them. He has some talent at drawing, to say the least! :tu:

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