blogFound the Lucky One

July 10, 2014

A spin on the concept of looking for luck.

Recently, I’ve done a few pieces revolving around the idea of good luck. They are fairly traditional and done in full color. To add a bit of variety to the good luck series, I opted for a little less color and a bit of humor for this one.

It has a slightly darker vibe than the previous pieces and is done in ink, colored pencils and paint. It is also more of a narrative than symbolically heavy. The story goes that this little rabbit was so desperate for a little luck, that he cut his feet off looking for “the lucky one”. Well, he found it and dipped it in gold to wear around his neck.


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