Procrastination is something that is not harmful in itself but can make you forget some ideas. And ideas in creation are the engine of the creative.
Since 2017 (May) I had forgotten this sketch at the bottom of my notebook.
Onions make you cry, so once is not custom, they are the ones who come to cry over the fate of their congeners excruciatingly cut in slices. Coming from far away, they put the shapes in it and brought mortuary wreaths.
A crying onion is really sad.
To take up the idea of grape inflaters, a small pirouette with mini pumpkins that become gigantic.
The shooting took place under the lens of a TF1 camera just on the day of the opening of the exhibition Small is Beautiful for which the report was dedicated.
Doing an interview and a photo simultaneously warmed me up.
Franz Schubert, composer Austrian, not to be confused with Joseph Schubert, German counterpart, had composed this Quintet in a major, D. 667 “The trout” at the age of 22.
It’s the only quintet with piano it has written. Trout as pointed me a friend was living normally in music history, but I confess that fresh trout was quite difficult to implement, so alive, I can’t imagine.
The idea is obvious, a character on a trout, and this idea was hanging in the boxes for almost 10 years, day where I found a beautiful miniature piano in a Tokyo store.
Gravityculture is a reference to the movie Gravity married to the word viticulture.
After the chapter of harvest, illustrated last year for the chivalry of the Tastevin, the summer and space inspired me.
During a chapter (banquet), there is a Chair, as in the Parlement, but with people more attentive and festive in the pantry that serves as a Chamber. For this one, I had a feeling…
As the name of the president is kept secret until the night of the dinner, and last year was rich in space news, I immediately thought about coming to the Clos de Vougeot for a “Star” interplanetary, and I was right!
Anyway the idea of photography was the “star” rotates, as it would tonight, around the wines of Burgundy. So the wines were represented as an agglomeration of corks of great vintages where gravitate logs of Pinot noir and Chardonnay.
It was necessary to realize the spaceship and the planet.
The result was much appreciated on this evening, and I had the privilege to shake hands and kiss to not one star, but two! Claudie Haigneré and our chapter president: Thomas Pesquet. (French astronaut)
Unfortunately, the format of the menu did not have to see the details of the suit, because it was well inhabited by the astronaut.
Thomas Pesquet (left)receiving his magnum of Mercurey 1er cru tasteviné .