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In March 2020, four days before my flight to Buenos Aires, Argentina closed the borders due to the COVID-19 pandemic and I had to fly from Rio to Brasília immediately. My siblings live here in a beautiful residential complex and they are almost neighbors of each other. It's only 30 minutes from the center of town, but still looks a bit wild, almost like being in the countryside. And that's where I've been stuck ever since. I thank them all heartily. Love, love, love, love.
/// I feel good here with my family, but I also want to express my immense sadness for Brazil, my country that I love so much, for having one of the largest numbers of coronavirus victims in the world. So many deaths could have been prevented.
This is a map of special memories from Captain's life. It features his favorite snacks (even a chicken nugget), his special toys, and even his challenges (like bathtime). Cappie was my best little pup, and he passed away Jan. 2020. This is my first ever They Draw & - project (I'm a big fan of all of them!) and I'm so glad that I finally attempted one. This was very therapeutic for me; I miss Captain every day, but making this map was a joyful process, and now I think I'm hooked. I see more drawings in my future!
Materials - prismacolor pencils, koi watercolor, sharpie fine point marker, and love (on watercolor paper)
At the elementary particle level, we humans, animals, plants, the earth, planets, stars and galaxies are all made of almost the same material. When I learned that fact when I was a student, I was very moved by the miracle of the universe. We are definitely part of the universe. We exist in the universe, but at the same time, there is a universe inside us! This is drawn with acrylic gouache, watercolor and colored pens.
Watercolor on paper. The inspiration for this illustration was a bedtime story my 4 year old told his little sister, he’s obsessed with space and my girl has a little thing for princesses, they have the most amazing imagination and I thought sharing a piece of it will make them so happy. Plus every princess deserves going to space to catch a dancing star
This illustration is inspired by my little 10 years old who just loves cat and keep sharing all fun n strange facts about animals and cats in space.
He was really sad when he came to know few animals did not come back from space but a French cat Felicette was the first cat to ever travel to space
My pets have always provided comfort and joy to me, and that feeling especially rings true at the moment. During this time of uncertainty and sadness, my cat Finn keeps me sane and grounded. Spending time with him – even just watching him nap on the porch – calms me, and I feel like it’s all going to be okay. He’s there for everything my husband and I do, and I cherish his constant companionship each day. This map is a testament to Finn, illustrating his funny, irreverent, charming personality and his steadfast love. In memory of Ben Levie, my father and fellow cat lover.