Illustration of frying pan with buffer symbol made from frying sausages by Steve Kirkendall
Held in Norwich, Norfolk, UK, the exhibition featured funny headlines from local Norfolk newspapers, illustrated by local creatives.
I illustrated the headline Norfolk Mum’s slow cooker fry-up gets ‘overwhelming’ reaction.
While thinking how best to illustrate this, I thought the key was to communicate waiting (the slow cooker takes nine hours to make the breakfast).
I considered an hour glass, but rejected it as it seemed too old fashioned. To reflect the modern, convenient method chosen by this Norfolk Mum to prepare her family's hot breakfast, I made a buffering symbol from slow cooking sausages.
I'm very happy with the way this turned out, but I don't half get hungry looking at it!
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