IF (Illustration Friday), the topic was Repeat. This topic wasn't particularly inspiring, but I did manage to pull off a successful attempt at capturing the subject on several levels. I continued with my theme of pop culture inspired illustrations, and a keen eye will make the connection almost immediately. For this piece I decided I would pay homage to one of my favorite comedies, "Groundhog Day". In the film (for those that have managed to never see it), the protagonist Phil (Bill Murray), experiences life on a loop, repeatedly experiencing the same day (February 2nd), over and over again no matter what different actions he takes (while still retaining the memory of all the days as if he himself is running in a linear time stream). Phil's day begins every morning waking up to his alarm clock at 6am to the song "I Got You Babe" by Sonny & Cher, and this particular moment defines his day, knowing that he hasn't succeeded in breaking the cycle if he wakes up to it in the morning. For this illustration I decided to create the record the song is from itself, and broke it into pieces to represent the 'broken record' phenomenon Phil experienced in the film. The piece is entirely digital done in Painter, Illustrator, and manipulated in Photoshop.