Sunday, May 27, 2007

Paper and Skin

From the moment the stunning Akiko graced the stage the pencils were out and ready, the sketchers up and down head nob began and things got off to a serious start.

As the room started to heat up, temperatures rose and throats became dry the obligatory cool down drinks were beginning to flow. Our model's kimono started to slip, pages were being flipped and The Pink Cow was beginning to overflow with sketchy enthusiasts.
As Akiko went off to powder her nose and down some hard earned water the comps were held and TOKYOMADE prize packs given. We were honored to have Tokyo designer Kens Scratch in the house. He kindly offered up some of his fabulous accessory pieces as much sort after prizes.

Like all luscious things it was over far to quickly and now we are left waiting oh so eagerly for the next edition of Dr Sketchy's Anti-Art School, Tokyo > June 27!


Blogger Sigsy said...

This is such a great collaboration to be a part of! Fabulous - looks great and interesting. I love Tokyo.

27/5/07 1:04 PM  
Blogger Mark V Tokyo said...

I was surprised to see Akiko's photo on your blog. They said to avoid taking photos - I assumed it was so when she is made the 84th "new member" of Morning Musume, she has no questionable photos on the web.

29/5/07 8:29 AM  
Blogger sushi zume said...

'questional' ?? It is art! No bits to be pixelated is the later ones that are non blog pics!

29/5/07 9:05 AM  
Blogger Akiko said...

AND did you see the salaryman taking photos on his keitai? IT IS ART Mark! I approve. Check out Tokyo Pixxie's photos as well. Patricia did an amazing job!

29/5/07 4:27 PM  

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