Poetic Black And White Watercolors Of Children With Wild Animals – Design You Trust

Poetic Black And White Watercolors Of Children With Wild Animals


Indonesian artist Elicia Elidanto creates delicate watercolor paintings which depict the intimate relashionship between children and animals. Her black and white watercolors show silhouettes of small children standing in front of majestic and dangerous creatures.

h/t: boredpanda


The relationship children and animals seem to have is a very subtle and innocent one, as children, not understanding the danger, gaze into the eyes of predators. While admiring these beautiful watercolors, we too can sence the magical connection between the child, the animal and nature itself.


If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

Wall Street Banker Quits to Open One-Dollar Pizza Joint, Customers Pay It Forward to Feed Homeless
An Indonesian Artist Unfolds People’s True Nature, And It’s So Frightening You May Lose Sleep
This Artist Is Asking Street Artists To Paint 'World Cows' Around The World
"Myths Of The Near Future": The Modern Collage Artworks Of Julien Pacaud
Space Cats by Zippora Lux
Style Up Your Favorite Tech Gadgets with Slick & Protective Skins
An Artist Transforms Everyday Items In These Amazing Paper Sculptures
Ohkii’s Studio Warm Illustrations
If Modern Internet Companies Existed In 1970s - Early 1990s
Artist Esoj Luna Illustrated Iconic Brands As If They Were Humans
Actual Google Suggestions
Highly Detailed Illustrations By Ilya Milstein
Movie Heroes and Their Faces: Superb Caricatures by Anthony Geoffroy
Style on The Big Screen: David Murray's Fashionable Movie Characters
Girl's Dreams and Robots: Illustrations by Eri Cruz
Either 9-5 Job Or Tattooing, This Artist Made The Right Call
Soviet Anti-Alcohol Posters In The 1970s And 1980s
Cutest 'Angular' Animals and Characters by Nathan Pangilinan
This Artist Offers Piles Of Burgers To The Masterpieces Of Painting
Spectacular Funny Finalist Photos Of Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2023
Meet Lulu Hashimoto – Japan’s Creepy Real-Life Living Doll
Anatomical Illustrations Of Japanese Folk Monsters
Canadian Artist David Huynh Used the Logos from Famous Companies to Depict His Own Perspective of Those Companies
The Mind's Dream and its Monsters: Creepy Illustrations by Daniel Peacock