This Artist Has Spent 5 Years Doodling The Things He Loves About His Wife

Love is a feeling that’s hard to define — so Andrew Hou found a charming way around having to define it.

The artist, who lives in Seoul, Korea, says he has never considered himself to be good with words, especially when it comes to expressing his feelings. That all became increasingly evident to him in 2010 when he was having a hard time communicating his feelings to his then-girlfriend (now wife!), Kate.

So he turned to what he knew best: art.

More info: Andrew Hou, Facebook (h/t: upworthy)
























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