Red Squirrel

With yummy garbage tempting his taste buds everywhere he turns, this city squirrel makes a healthy choice.


2 Responses to “Red Squirrel”

  1. 1 Celeste Ramos November 24, 2010 at 12:34 am

    oooh go organic, gluten free and vegan! adorably cute tree-hugger!xx

  2. 2 Gloria Bernal December 19, 2010 at 4:34 am

    Wonderful post! I loved seeing this piece in person at your place. Whenever I am running on a ‘low’ in the winter, I turn to your blog to be uplifted by all the ‘artificial colours’ as you put it. It turns my day the right side up. I feel this is the effect your work has on people.

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My name is Ashley Barron and I'm a Toronto based illustrator. This is my online show & tell of new artwork and anything else I find inspiring. Thanks for taking a look :)

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