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July 12, 2012

A Tiny Red Book of Love

You may know Chris Battle for his illustration work on rambunctious TV shows like The Powerpuff Girls, Dexter's Laboratory and Samurai Jack, among others. It's easy to see why; his cartoon talent is a natural fit, but what you may not know is Chris' more sensitive side.

On a past Valentines, Chris bought his wife a little bound red sketchbook, and every day he filled its miniature pages with random characters and thoughts. The result is a witty and adorable itsy-bitsy book of love and doodles, be prepared to be swooned.










See the rest on Chris Battle's Flickr Feed.

4 Comments

Christopher Jackson
Christopher Jackson Posted Jul 14, 2012
MORE INSPIRATION! Thanks Chris Battle!

Donna Duff
Donna Duff Posted Jul 15, 2012
Love this idea, perfect to carry anywhere and small enough to doodle anything in those moments when the dulldrums hit.

Esther Molina
Esther Molina Posted Jul 16, 2012
Super cute!!! ^_____^

michelle malozzi
michelle malozzi Posted Jul 17, 2012
this is awesome. i wish i could buy it!

 

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