Jazz and draw: Django Reinhardt - After You've Gone

Django Reinhardt - After You've Gone

the musician : Django Reinhardt
the tune : After You've Gone
the artist : Julien Decaudin

Some of you might remember another Django portrait of Julien. This one is intended as a follow-up to the first one and I'll let Julien explain how they are linked:

"The starting idea was to play on Django’s music legacy, how it still inspires thousands of people (and animals) all over the world, which sometime feels like if Django was still alive. Then, I’m still thinking Django was not only one of the great guitarist but a well respected fisherman too.

This time my own Django’s logic has been pushed further with some pretty damn good fishing versatility to pick up clouds that could interrupt people playing Gypsy Jazz in parks, and free distribution of amazing French baguettes that could eventually interrupt people playing but only for a mandatory tasty break. Thank you Django, and I hope to see your skills soon playing well on the lovely green Welsh hills."

Thanks for sharing Julien!

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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Django Reinhardt - After You've Gone

the musician : Django Reinhardt
the tune : After You've Gone
the artist : Julien Decaudin

Some of you might remember another Django portrait of Julien. This one is intended as a follow-up to the first one and I'll let Julien explain how they are linked:

"The starting idea was to play on Django’s music legacy, how it still inspires thousands of people (and animals) all over the world, which sometime feels like if Django was still alive. Then, I’m still thinking Django was not only one of the great guitarist but a well respected fisherman too.

This time my own Django’s logic has been pushed further with some pretty damn good fishing versatility to pick up clouds that could interrupt people playing Gypsy Jazz in parks, and free distribution of amazing French baguettes that could eventually interrupt people playing but only for a mandatory tasty break. Thank you Django, and I hope to see your skills soon playing well on the lovely green Welsh hills."

Thanks for sharing Julien!

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