Illustrations by Andrea Wan. Vancouver.
The first is so precious in a very sad way. All really weird but charming. Great!
yea its so sad – the tiger was even wearing glasses and they fell off
These are wicked! In a way, the third one reminds me a bit of Howl’s Moving Castle.
Really, really beautiful, and calm, and quiet.
These are great I like how every illustration seems to have a story to tell
LOVE LOVE LOVE them!
especially the map/street one, how all the houses are connected via a person.
please show us more!
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