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Love Is: Husband Spends 5+ Years Illustrating His Love For His Wife

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South Korean artist Andrew Hou has spent almost 6 years trying to explain this feeling to his wife by drawing. It all began with cute drawings that he used to send to his significant one via SMS – he felt that it was easier to express feelings visually than verbally. Later, Andrew named his series “HJ-story” after his wife’s Korean name initials. At first, it was meant to be just a personal blog but, thanks to one of the artist’s friends, the word spread out and Andrew has gained many followers since.

h/t: boredpanda

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