The Supremes were a hit-making powerhouse. In 1967, riding high on a succession of twelve Top Ten singles — 10 of which hit Number One — the trio released their first foray into the fledging genre of “psychedelia.” Smack in the middle of the so-called “Summer of Love,” Motown Records issued “Reflections” with an arrangement …
“Home is the nicest word there is.” — Laura Ingalls Wilder. She should know. She had the nicest one on the prairie.
“Fresh air!” “Times Square!”
“If you understood everything I said, you’d be me” ― Miles Davis
I believe. And his feet don’t appear to be that big.
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A yawn may not be polite, but it is an honest opinion.
A man falls down a flight of stairs and somebody rushes over to him and asks, “Did you miss a step?” “Nope,” he answers, “I hit every one of ’em!” — Milton Berle (a joke he probably stole)
“Nobody can hurt me without my permission.” ― Mahatma Gandhi This is the third illustration I’ve done that features Mahatma Gandhi. Besides being a very wise and inspirational figure, he is very interesting to draw, as well. Here is a drawing I did in 2009 and here is one I did in 2012.