My best wishes to you!
random but cool!
best of luck and goodwill to you in 2008!
…and kindness and snow and the fur-people and really excellent food! but mostly love.
Beautiful and Bizarre and I agree completely.
Haha, that’s great!
hope your great work keeps on making me dream for many years.*
happy new year to you. and good luck to your work.
and let the “flaming meanies” live…they are great.
Happy New Year to you all!
We are all going to die – but until that moment, we must live.
Believe in the promise of every day.
happy new year’s wishes to you too!
Happy new year, Craig.
Happy New Year sir! Hope that this year brings all the best!
i love your work craig…you’re such an inspiring person/artist! keep it up so i can keep it up
ps, what kind of ink do you use? i’m trying to decide whether or not i wanna stick to higgins…peace and happy new year
wish you a great start in 2008!
– Feliz aÃ±o nuevo, mr. Thompson.
Plein de belles choses pour 2008,
Excellent as usual, i love these stile…
Feliz aÃ±o Nuevo!!
I am an Illustartion student in London and I am going to reference you in an essay, I was wondering if I could maybe answer you a few questions for me, in particular about Carnet de voyage. For example, on your website, you say that it is more on-the-spot then your other carefully constructed books but just how on-the-spot was it? How much of the imagery in the novel was actually done on site? Or was most of it developed from on site sketches into more final ink drawings? And if a lot of the ink drawings were done straight from life, were they then pieced together digitally on the computer to give the travelogue more of a structure and profesionalism? The reason I am asking is because our whole project has been about making drawings from life in peopled situations? And I was also wondering how you capture a scenery that is constantly moving (all those bustling Morrocan streets for example) without the use of photographs? Is it a matter of filling in gaps with imagination and focusing on different aspects individually?
Ok well I would be very grateful if you could answer my questions, thank you for your attention and a Happy New Year!
Happy New Year! The image is absolutely fantastic!
What a powerful image–as someone who grew up as a fundamentalist Christian like you, and left the faith–this collage of images and words strikes home for me.
Is this being published anywhere? If so, how do we acquire it?
Thanks for this New Year’s gift….
I wish you 366 beautifull days filled with happiness, peace, friendship, creativity, surprising new things on this blog and good books!
thank GOD you included amniotic fluid.
I’m a high school student in San Diego and I first want to say that I really like your book Blankets. My librarian bought the book and it was automatically a favorite to almost everyone at the school.( I read it in less than 3 hours) I just wanted to ask you if you considered making Blankets into an animated movie..I think it would be really awsome!!!
Wonderful !!! Wow !!! i love your work since the begining !!! I work in a so great comic book shop in Annecy, and I’m very happy to have seen your work in “Carnet de Voyage” where you show Annecy 😉
You are in my links now 😀
en vrai c’est au top…..bisous
good good good fort good…..smile
Haha, i found Muhammad!
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