Ink on paper, 1.25″ x 1″. To join EVERYONE, send a photo of yourself to PaulThie@Gmail.com.
Hmmm, I’d really like to participate, but there’s already a drawing with my initials. Is that me? The one to the left of that one has my stunning good looks, but the initials are off.
I immediately knew who PW was, but it took me a second to figure out why the initials weren’t what I thought they’d be.
I think it’s a good likeness. The cave is dark and lumpy and riddled and cracked.
There’s a cave?!
Keebler Cookie Tree
I love these. The variety among human faces fascinates me, and I like the different ways in which you drew these, and watching the series grow.
Is it more challenging to draw a stranger than someone you know?
Yours is adorable, Homey!
A collection makes the familiar strange. Stranger is easier.
[...] to see how I’d be rendered as a 1″ x 1.25″ drawing, and today it appeared on [...]
I thought picture number three was M—–l. Or is it a relative that looks like Mdashes?
Mdashes is drawn to anonymity.
This is getting better and better with every addition!
I sent in mine! Can’t wait!
Mine’s in, too, Amy!
I see you!!
Oooh, I like it!
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[...] – let’s see if I can do this. Here’s my photo I sent in to the Everyone project. It’s my employee ID badge. A friend in Security was making me [...]
This is such a great experience to be a part of the EVERYONE project. We know how we see ourselves. Seeing how someone else perceives us is eye opening. Thank you for letting us take part in this!
EVERYONE makes it possible.
I agree with Amy, Paul! Thank you!
EVERYONE is welcome.
Tell everyone about EVERYONE.
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I took an acceptable photo of myself yesterday and will send it in later.
EVERYONE is waiting.
[...] No we’re not going swimming, I just sent my photo in for EVERYONE! [...]
What a wonderful, wonderful idea. May I send in mine?
Yes. EVERYONE is inclusive.
Thank you, Paul.
[...] Check it oot! I see Laurie’s up there too. [...]
I see me! And Laurie!!
Am here – LW!
Me and Hair, that is.
haha! I was wondering who that was! It;s almost like a roller coaster of hair! ;-P
You all look great! How fun!
I recognized myself right away! How cool!
yup, I recognized you right away too! and myself of course.
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Don’t know why, EVERYONE is easy.
Great picture – thanks!
oh is that you, DP? I was just liking that one.
You’ve captured my ENORMOUS sixhead perfectly!
Is that you as RS? Not your IRL initials?
Thanks for including me Paul.
Nice to be here with my medical blog & twitter friends NJ & RB aka @purplesque & @rlbates
For those wondering, I’m VS, the guy with the glasses & thick black moush (& I’m @scanman in twitter).
Ooooh there are a bunch more…I wonder if I should know any besides Redscylla?
Whoo-hoo! I feel like one of the cool kids now!
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That’s YOU MT. Nice work Paul.
Thank you, I recognized my ghost immediately!
Love it! Thanks, this is great!
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How fun! And quick! Thanks!!! =)
I thought yours was very quintessential.
Mine is the first one on the next row. I like how he seems to capture the essence of people.
I sort of wish I ended up cubist but I’m out of their league.
EVERYONE is big league
[...] submitted my photo for the EVERYONE [...]
Thanks! Mine makes me look so cool in my shades.
Wow. It’s quite wonderful seeing so many faces together. It’s like seeing parts of stories.
EVERYONE has a story
[...] The other day I was browsing Redscylla’s blog and found this nifty project by artist Paul Thie: EVERYONE. [...]
You do great work, and the concept is wonderful! I’ve passed EVERYONE on to my friends as you requested.
Man this great! it’s people watching from home!
First time here? EVERYONE was waiting for you.
Airport Mall Cafe
The S-Series is done waiting
Do you see yourself in EVERYONE?
Wow. There are a lot more EVERYONEs now than there were the last time I stopped in.
I like HT, the ONE to the left of the obnoxious guy with the backwards hat.
I have more to add and more to do. I’ve been traveling, painting and procrastinating.
JG (currently the last one) looks like Ozzie Guillen!
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