Mind the Gap

The moment I read the Discover Challenge for this week it immediately brought to mind Cassandra Calin, a Romanian born- Canadian artist and graphic designer who draws amazing cartoons about realities of life versus expectations in whimsical ways showing the lighter side and funny aspects of everyday problems. I like her. I like her humor and find her inspiring. You can see some of her works here. I’m pretty sure you’re going to enjoy it. She always makes me laugh.

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13 thoughts on “Mind the Gap”

  1. Sadly, the lipstick cartoons bring back a specific memory….fortunately it wasn’t in a situation that “mattered.” But I was still mortified and wore very light lipstick for years after that…

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    1. I’m lucky that my natural coloring can tolerate dark lipstick. Those light ones with mother of pearl elements that makes me look like a have just devoured a whole fish, scales and all. Not too mention liquid lip gloss…

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      1. Yes, I am way too fair-skinned to delve to deeply into the dark colors…but I don’t know that the mother of pearl colors would serve me well, either. At a point you start wearing lipstick to look alive and that may be the point you give up on wide experiementation with color!

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      2. Indeed. I discovered lipstick far too late and only start wearing them a year ago. If I have known… Anyway, I stick to what works for me now and pray they will not go out of production anytime soon.

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  2. These are great. Thank you for introducing Cassandra Calin. I’d like to only say that it is my type of humour but she has drawn what is often my reality. I think many of us can related to the ‘what we think…’ versus ‘what is actually…’ haha! Great post 😀

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    1. I think if all of us can draw… I used to do once upon a time. Paint too. But first things first and i have to pick my priorities in the right order. Someday when I’m old and gray I will take up sketching again.

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