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Grotesque Café Art

Cafe Sketch, by Miki

Cafe Sketch, by Miki

One of my recent sketches at cafe Masko.

I was not in my best mood that day

I explained why here

and I tended to see the world in a quite  grotesque way, as you can see …

Some people try to invade everybody’s space, don’t they?



April 18, 2009 - Posted by | Art, Cafe L'Arte, coffee, drawing, life, Miki's Paintings | , , , , ,


  1. I like this sketch even if he has his foot under your table.

    Comment by wrjones | April 19, 2009

  2. Hah! I love this one. Even if you were not in a good mood, you’ve lightened mine by sharing this. That foot is a great metaphor for so many ways in which people can irritate us!

    Comment by bobcornelis | April 20, 2009

  3. THis is soooo true! I love this kind of sketch which distorts proportions. There’s always some kind of Truth that comes out when you draw like that. I have a really hard time doing it on purpose (although I’ve tried) so maybe a dark mood is an ally.

    Comment by Susan Cornelis | April 20, 2009

  4. I see things like this when I have a migraine or a fever. Watching your own feet stretch away into the distance is a weird feeling; shame I could never draw it! Amazing sketch, Miki!

    Comment by viv66 | April 20, 2009

  5. Well for someone who is sad you sure can express in your painting another feeling. It made me laugh when I looked at it. Reminded me of the distortions Picasso played around with and I read in several biographies he was always angry.

    Comment by Michael Pokocky | April 21, 2009

  6. Lovin’ those shoes as well as the playful warping of spatial..whatever-the-noun-form-of-“spatial”-might-be.

    Comment by sittingpugs | April 22, 2009

  7. Wonderful sketch:)
    Brings out the frustration of the moment so well.

    Licks n wags,

    Comment by oorvi | April 23, 2009

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