Derby #177: I Love The Arctic
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Fragile! Not a toy.

Fragile! Not a toy.
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sTyLeS


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So of course we have three popular arctic animals representing...polar bear, walrus, arctic hare.
They're all dressed in Inuit clothing (or my representation thereof).
The snowglobe depicts the fragility of the arctic refuge, and how everyone thinks a snowglobe is a toy but really isn't.

6 colors on asphalt.

sTyLeS


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And some details pics:





altmanfamily


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Nicely done! I like the pink hat on the walrus!

walmazan


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The walrus make my day! love love the hat!

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frenchiemama


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sTyLeS wrote:So of course we have three popular arctic animals representing...polar bear, walrus, arctic hare.
They're all dressed in Inuit clothing (or my representation thereof).
The snowglobe depicts the fragility of the arctic refuge, and how everyone thinks a snowglobe is a toy but really isn't.

6 colors on asphalt.


I once caught my then four-year-old daughter just after she dropped a snowglobe (which she had received as a christening gift from her godparents) from the top bunk onto all of the pillows she could assemble. Her explanation? She wanted to see if it would bounce (it didn't). We learned that day that snowglobe liquid can be really smelly. She is now twelve and her favorite subject is still science.

sTyLeS


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walmazan wrote:The walrus make my day! love love the hat!

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Thanks, walmazan!
The walrus's hat is my favorite part too.

sTyLeS


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frenchiemama wrote:I once caught my then four-year-old daughter just after she dropped a snowglobe (which she had received as a christening gift from her godparents) from the top bunk onto all of the pillows she could assemble. Her explanation? She wanted to see if it would bounce (it didn't). We learned that day that snowglobe liquid can be really smelly. She is now twelve and her favorite subject is still science.


I'm glad I could stir up a fond memory. Thanks for sharing it.

uniique


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Great concept! Love the personification, wearing clothes. :D

altmanfamily


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uniique wrote:Great concept! Love the personification, wearing clothes. :D


Thanks for checking it out, and the cool comment, uniique.

sTyLeS


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altmanfamily wrote:Thanks for checking it out, and the cool comment, uniique.


There I go again, logged in under the wife's account. :P
Still thanks, uniique.

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