03.10.11 by Jeff

Jiyoon Chung

Drawings by Jiyoon Chung, from her book “Ate”.

Drawings by Jiyoon Chung from her book Ate

Drawings by Jiyoon Chung from her book Ate

Drawings by Jiyoon Chung from her book Ate

Drawings by Jiyoon Chung from her book Ate

Drawings by Jiyoon Chung from her book Ate

via: the curious brain













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Sue Kim

    Sad narration… :*(

    • JiYoon

      Yes, It is :)
      But at the end of this story, the child get out of darkness !
      Posted images are just part of story :>

  • ben

    wow, what a nice fantasy…

  • awesome illustrations, and beautifully written story.

    • JiYoon

      Thanks :)

  • lapetitefaon

    holy, some of the most inspiring drawings I’ve seen in a while, love the simplicity and creepy cute factor in these

    • JiYoon

      Thanx!! XD

  • Stranger

    There was a little child.
    A little child hiding in the deep dark.

    I met a magical child like plumpy clouds of smoke.
    So I inhaled deeply.

    I expect I would have been full…
    It’s odd.

    Loneliness which was to be filled was getting bigger and bigger.

    I should have not eaten up…

    • JiYoon

      Thank you !! :>

      번역해주셔서 감사합니다 !!





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