Yearly Archives: 2018



Today’s kanji drawn:     Exit – 出   Today’s kanji means exit, and is usually read “de” (and it’s usually associated to other kanji to create words). As I told you in the introductory post, the drawings I make here will not always actually reference the origins of the […]

Exit, Go out



  Place de la Bastille in Paris – an allegory   The photo was taken on May 8th 2007. I’m not 100% sure what protest it was, but as it was a week before Sarkozy was elected President, I assume it was a protest against him. Of course, it’s a […]

Place de la Bastille





This is what I’ve been busy doing in October:     For more explanations, please click on the link below. There I explain why I did those drawings and more:   I can’t draw (Inktober 2018 edition)   I may or may not include future drawings here. We’ll see.  

Inktober 2018



  I was doodling a few days ago, and out of nowhere I realized that I had drawn an angry cactus!     Don’t ask me why, I have no idea. Ask my subconscious instead.   Apart from that, I seize the opportunity to tell you that I may post […]

Angry Cactus


  On campus, not too far from my office, there is this set of stairs:     There’s really nothing special about them. Just stairs. While I don’t walk past them every day, I’ve walked past them enough times. And there’s really nothing special about them. I even used them […]

The Stairs on Campus