Inspired by a small brass donkey that my friend Basia spotted for me at a flea market. Not a horse but counted into my ‘horses collection’. The one I look at while working, the one I particularly like (… don’t I actually love them all?).
Anyway, I share it with you for your personal and commercial use.
No, it didn’t take me that long. It’s the spirit of the 1001 Persian stories that I sensed while working on my recent vector illustrations. Still, the initial idea was somewhere else. I’ve got a cute (love them all) collection of horses. (No real horse! – I’m scared to death). But I’m not a nice collection owner. I’ve never even counted them or gathered all together in one place. Some live on the balcony, some in cardboard boxes (I’m sorry), I share my office with lucky two or three. So now it’s time to start portraying them and rediscovering the beauty (or charm at least) of the forgotten ones. Here is the first one, which is about 12 cm x 15 cm, made of metal, one leg missing, bought (cheap) at a flea market.
Let’s start with the simple black and white.
Now, let’s add some colors:
and a fiancee:
You can download and use (both for commercial and personal projects) all four vector illustrations.