Jun 20, 2009

Michel Gondry


Many of you have probably seen, "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" with Jim Carey and Kate Winslet. It was directed by the great Michel Gondry. He also did, "The Science of Sleep" and "Be Kind Rewind". Not only is he a genius director but he also loves to draw. He has a very unique wacky drawing style. You can check out his website. Anyway a while ago I read where he would draw your portrait for like twenty bucks and send you the original. This was just too good to pass up. about a month ago I sent him my picture and low and behold my portrait drawn and signed by him showed up the other day. How cool is that. Next I'm going to get Speilberg to draw me.

13 comments:

PatchworkGirl said...

That's brilliant! And I totally love "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"

kane said...

There are many spots on my mind.

Suzie Homewrecker said...

get! out! this is the best news yet! i'm a huge gondry fan. i hope this deal is still going on. there are many liver spots on my skin. i hope he can draw them true-to-life.

kane said...

He's good with the spots.

Art Fan Ako said...

Not bad! Nice watercolor too.

kane said...

I've seen some others and it seems he spent a lot of time on mine.

kate b. said...

love all of his movies, what a great portrait

kane said...

I'm getting it framed right now.

Justin said...

I love Gondry. His part of tokyo! is amazing.

Check it out: www.tokyothemovie.com the dvd drop June 30.

kane said...

That looks wild. A must see.

David said...

Tokyo! Featuring a segment from Michel Gondry is out on DVD now. It’s an incredible look at the city of Tokyo from the perspectives of three visionary directors. Check it out! http://tokyothemovie.com/

Greeku said...

Nice painting. I like visiting art galleries. Very interested in that.

kamagra said...

hey! It is really good, I think that this is one of the most interesting thing!, I think that Gondry, along with directors Spike Jonze and David Fincher, is representative of the influx of music video directors into feature film.