In the words of David Dundas, “I wake up in the morning, I pull on my jeans and I feel all right.” By “All right” I mean comfortable, snug, and confident.
I find it beautiful that regardless of our cultural identity or unique style –be it street wear, casual or formal. Denim makes us feel a social connection with the rest of the world in a completely laid back way.
The Girl: Outfit reflects a self confident woman.
The Getup: Skinny jeans, gray T-shirt paired with headphones and red heels.
Happy sunday! Pray tell, how is your evening going?
I’ve spent the better half of mine listening to soft rock songs, drinking tea in a gigantic cup and doodling. I enventually decided on centering my drawing on this music, because i like that the song particularized the feeling of weakness associated with the flaws of being human. I like that it reinforces the importance of acknowledging ― particularly when we feel like it’s our prerogative to take up the world on our shoulder ― that, we are humans, and we sometimes trip and fall.
Greetings! This is the first post featured on my new project: Music & Art (i’m so excited!). Here, i’ll be posting more drawings and also featuring the music that will inevitably inspire this drawings.
I’ve been listening to this song on repeat and it’s no surprise seeing as how it brings to mind; love’s uncertainty that comes with unanswered questions, and the courage to become better and braver. What’s more, it has great lyrics and an amazing tune. What’s not to like, right?
“When it gets hard
I get a little stronger now
I get a little braver now
And when it gets dark
I get a little brighter now
I get a little wiser now
Before I give my heart away”
The getup:Black lace gown, with nipped-in waist line and flared out silk skirt.
Description: My drawing illustrates Jess in a ball gown with an air of questionable sureness which is suggested by the song depicted above. She is also seen ambiguously reaching out, or perhaps, letting go of something out of sight.