Many thanks to my friend, Pedro, who gave me the inspiration for this illustration!
(8.5×11 Print Now Available at Joana Miranda Studio at Etsy)
Filed under Art, Drawing, gouache, illustration, Influences, Josephine, Josephine in the City, New work, New York
Tagged as cute, fashionably late, gouache, gouache and colored pencil, Grand Central clock, Grand Central Station, Information kiosk at Grand Central Station, Josephine, Josephine in the City, Manhattan, Midtown, New York, running girl, running late, running with coffee, skinny girl, whimsical, wine and beige
Cosmopolitan. Thanks for sharing Nonoy Manga
My pleasure! Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog.
Ah, ah, ah!
Here she is. Josephine arrives in a big hurry 🙂
… and on the background, the Grand Central clock, of course.
Very well done, once again.
Thank you Joana.
Muito prazer, Pedro. 🙂
Esta semana estou em Washington, D.C. O tempo aqui esta linda e espero que vou conseguir novos desenjos e boas fotos tambem.
Do you do these on canvas? I would love to put these up in my 5 year olds room – she is becoming a fashionista and these are perfect!
Hi Miss Molly,
Thanks so much for your comment and question!
I use Epson Ultra Premium Presentation Matte paper and Epson archival inks to create the prints from my original gouache/colored pencil artwork. I feel that the smooth surface of the Premium Presentation Matte paper is the closest to the art I paper I use for the original painting. You can see a photo of one of my framed prints here: http://www.etsy.com/listing/84440182/eco-chic-85×11-fashion-inspired?ref=&sref= (Prints are sold unframed.)
My Joana Miranda Studio at Etsy shopcontains my currently available cards and prints. I’m always adding more designs, so I hope you check the shop often!
Please let me know if you have more questions.
Clever, and colorful!
Thanks, Helen! I’m not sure where Josephine is going next…I’m waiting for her to make up her mind.;-)
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