Me Time.

A nice relaxing swim. Followed by getting changed in a room full of women who have it seems, long since past caring about privacy. I’m guessing they too have had kids.swimming ool changing roomssml

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About Laura Quick

A professional and published London based Illustrator, with a client list including The Guardian, The Independent and AnOther Magazine, Laura set up The Daily Think to showcase her own self initiated work - based on daily life. The things we see, hear and do everyday often from an amusing angle. To make life easier to swallow.
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11 Responses to Me Time.

  1. I think “It’s just a body”

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  2. A_Female says:

    Just wondering… In a moment like this where folks are exposed, do you sketch from memory?

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    • Laura Quick says:

      Hi yes I appreciate your concern.. It’s memory mixed with image references which in this case I took from a life drawing book that I bought in water stones bookshop! Don’t worry I’d never photograph people without consent.. Certainly not naked people!

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  3. Very funny!! Great work. 🙂

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  4. Adventures In Drawing says:

    I know what you mean re: kids. I used to swim at Swiss Cottage in London when I was expecting my first child. I was stuck by how uninhibited many of the women were. Now a mother of two, I am a lot more at ease with nudity. There is no place for awkward embarrassment during childbirth and afterwards you also realise that it’s simply not important either. That’s actually quite liberating!

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  5. dagrid says:

    “Mothers” that word should be the most respected word.

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  6. malmuses says:

    Right on. Been there many times, and I always think to myself “bravo for them”. I myself am not quite ready to let it all hang out in front of strangers yet… but the day will come, I’m sure.

    -New follower. Really liking your stuff! Cheers 🙂

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  7. lauralu says:

    haha! I’ve been in the same situation! I care a lot less now than I once did. I try not to look. I think most do the same. As to my own body, I do try to be discrete, but if someone sees something… *raspberry* Whatever!

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  8. Cédric Barberis says:

    good work!!

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