A Chilly Banana

I was looking around the old flat file cabinet in my studio when I came across this illustration that I barely remember doing. I’m not sure of exactly when I did it or what it was for. It was back before I got a Mac and was still doing all of my work by hand. This shivering banana was done like an animation cell. The ink drawing was shot as a photostat on clear film. The color was a combination of color paper placed behind the film or gouache painted on the back of the film. The assignment was probably for the food section of The Philadelphia Daily News back in the early to mid 1990s.

If I find the tear sheet, I’ll follow up on this post with the information.

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2 Responses to A Chilly Banana

  1. Old NFO says:

    It does evoke being cold! 🙂

  2. Joe says:

    You should never put them in the refrigerator.

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