Tuesday, March 02, 2010


This drawing is based on the philospher Jean-Paul Sartre's quote, "L'enfer, c'est les autres." Which roughly translates to "Hell is others." I have to disagree. And I think if Sartre had had the opportunity to meet this little boy, he would agree with the quote in the drawing.

The writing in the drawing translates to:

It's not others.
It's me.

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Anonymous said...

I can see a little kid wearing that!

Trey said...

Bravo! [applause]
Makes me think of Napoleon and Rimbaud both :D

AlienCG said...

I still have to read No Exit by Sartre. Great drawing.

Mrs. Hairy Woman said...

Great stuff.. I'm a big fan.. I could see my kid wearing that on a shirt.. Those could be his first french words..lol

Pamela said...

I see a large adult man wearing that.

laura b. said...

Anyone who met Boy would know this to be true...look at that smile...look into those eyes. He speaks the truth.

Sebastien Millon said...

Zhu: Like those "Here comes trouble" shirts, hehe.

Trey: Merci mon ami!

Aliencg: Thanks! it is a great play, I need to reread it, it's been too long. I have it lying around somewhere.

Mrs Hairy Woman: Hehe, so glad he can get some exposure to a foreign language in this way ;)

Pamela: Haha! we are all little devils inside aren't we.

Laura: He does. Mischief is his game. And he does it with a smile.

Joe Jubinville said...

Where'd you get the baby picture of Rene Magritte?

Sebastien Millon said...

Hehe, I have access to a lot of archival historic material.

your sister said...

another favorite.