27 November 2006

Invention

invention illustration

This is the cart I wheel around while I'm busking on the streets of Montreal. You can watch my Hamster, try on rings, and so much more.

28 comments:

steve said...

Well now I really need to visit Montreal. :)

Love this--reminiscent of Paul Klee's "Twittering Machine"

michael dailey said...

looks a bit heavy to push but also looks like a lot of fun

harmoniousjosh said...

It looks like it might serve hotdogs. Does it serve hotdogs? If so, I want a dog with kraut and ketchup.

harmoniousjosh said...

Oh - and a pepsi. And napkins.

Karen said...

Love the machine. This is the second time I've been to your site--you draw so beautifully. That's one of the things I'm working on...

Thanks for your comment. Thanksgiving and Invention were difficult for me--I loved "Clear" though it was hard.

Linda said...

mmmh theres alot going on here one stop shoping. wonderful drawing also!

Cez said...

I never saw you in Montreal...is it possible!!! Great ...

Frederik Jurk said...

Now that´s a real multi-purpose machine! If you don´t mind, I´ll put a link to my blog on mine.

Keep it up!

jimmy said...

You have the luckiest hamster on earth.

Brine Blank said...

Hey...that one tube leads from where the hamster is to where the hot dogs come out...I'm not saying anything...I'm just saying...

studio lolo said...

Have you read "A Confederacy of Dunces?" Ignacious Reiley would wrestle you for this hot dog wagon!
Well done :)

Michelle Lana said...

awesome work!

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Very nice! Love the weather vane too!

Jeannette said...

Thanks for the comments, guys. But, it doesnt serve hotdogs! My veggie-dog vending cart is in the shop, I'm repairing the mustard dispenser.

Rrramone said...

I think our inventions are related!! :-)

Lu*** said...

LOve your invent! very cool drawing.

mvillos said...

I like the intricacies and details. Excellent work!!

Thanks for your comments. And, as far as the moleskines go, they just look cool and pretentious(which is completey not how I am) :)

mrs. b. said...

i tried to comment a couple days ago and couldn't get through, but i'm here now! faboo sketch, i love all the little intricacies! so much to see!

arvindh said...

This looks great - simple and elegant!

arvindh said...

....and it sure is very creative!! Good sense of humour too!

Kitty Loco said...

Very creative! Looks like fun times for the hamster too!

Nate said...

I bet you make millions! Nice one jeannette.

Rachelle said...

hehe I just love the hamster in it. :D

HARDWAX said...

Wow, wonderful invention and full of fun, looks so versatile, you must get plenty of exercise. very cool idea and work!

VANMO said...

Wow. Hamster must be in a very good condition. Very humorous. I just visited your blog and your tofu-turkey and especially your suicidal clown really made me laugh =)

sage said...

awesomeness!

Patrick said...

This machine is great fun! I've had cars that run on hamster power, but never a busk-mobile

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