Thursday, August 31, 2006

September :: gives me the jitters

tomer :: it's that time of year again.


21 comments:

  1. jamie1:41 PM

    now that's the tomer i know and love.
    great work, man.
    fucken beautiful.

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  2. i love u too man, thanks for the wake-up call.

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  3. great concept and equally great execution

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  4. yeah! back to urban america :)

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  5. :D Tomer and Asaf, i love your work. I've been a fan for a couple of years. Haven't found your comics here in Brazil yet, but look forward to it! CHeers!!

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  6. Very nice idea. I like it. And execution isn't bad at all ;-)
    Great job, as always!

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  7. Elegant a nicely executed.

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  8. so damn beutiful in it's simplicity. it should be on the cover of the New Yorker. bravo Tomer. It's amazing how much can be said with so few lines, with they are that well placed. I love the fact that it's simple and raw at the same time. no extra dabs on bright red or art directors wanting a second person doing something lame. just pure perfection. thanks.

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  9. Great piece! this so concisely gets to the root of paranoia asscociated with that day better than anything I could think of. This is a shame because the day after I saw this ,I recieved an assignment to illustrate an article similar in content, about the 'five years since'. It was both daunting and comforting to know that the better image was already out there.

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  10. I also love the simplicity and concept. not to change the subject, but I have to ask...is one of the scientists in the last post flipping us off?!

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  11. hey thanks everybody.
    Rob- i really like your solution to what seems like a similar assignment, it's an offbeat connotation, and very original.
    i guess the scientist in the previous post does look like his flipping the bird...can it correspond with the birds on the other side of the spread? that's classic closure.

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  12. ooooo....i like that

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  13. your work is awesome, i love it! :)

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  14. Anonymous12:18 PM

    this is wonderfully haunting.
    -jeremy arambulo

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  15. Great concept..!
    Like "p" said; it should be on the cover of the New Yorker!

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  16. So quiet yet so powerful . Just love your work .Hope you don't mind if I link you up on my blog . Great story telling power .

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  17. soooooooooooooooo good

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