Oct 14, 2008

New Car


I was due for a new car so I went and got one. How about them apples. With people driving in to me at a rate of one a week, I'm just counting the hours before someone smashes this car up. At least I'm having a few fun weeks before it eventually happens. I did a drawing of my smashed up car so I figured I might as well do one of the brand new sucker.
There is an interview with me in French at a groovy site. Check it out here.

14 comments:

d.price said...

what is your address? I will come smash into you. hobo

Tommy Kane said...

You won't be the first.

Rosk├ľ said...

Hi from France! I found you thanks to Urban Sketchers. I love your work as well as Dan Price's since I bought my first pair of Simple shoes back in 96. You're both on my blogroll as from now.

Tommy Kane said...

Please become a follower too.

El polaco scalerandi said...

beautifull design, man
gretting
el polaco

Tommy Kane said...

gretting el polaco indeed.

Odd Chick said...

At least you'll have this nice, spanky sketch to remind you of how blessed you were for a little while. I checked out your exciting interview - wish someone could have translated!!

Tommy Kane said...

Probably says I'm a moron.

Anonymous said...

http://dictionary.reference.com/translate

I translated the article at the above website. It was fun.

Ed Beard

Tommy Kane said...

You're the best Ed.

Jolandi Kerstetter said...

Congrats on your new car, and I can say that it's a pretty good one to boot! I laughed at the fact that you're counting every moment until it gets smashed, but if you're careful, it won't happen very soon I'm sure.

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