Artist Drew Wordless Comics To Illustrate How Quirky And Unexpected Love Can Be – Design You Trust

Artist Drew Wordless Comics To Illustrate How Quirky And Unexpected Love Can Be

According to Tang Yau Hoong: “Have you ever wondered how many interpretations of love are there? Do animals fall in love? As an illustrator, I wonder how can I visually interpret love without words. Even in the absence of dialogues, these comics show that love can be sweet, bitter, weird, playful, bizarre, boring and exciting.

Drawing and sketching are what I do on daily basis. This is an ongoing side project dedicated to people, animals, and objects I love.

I enjoy drawing these comics so much and I hope you like them too!”

More: Tang Yau Hoong, Instagram h/t: boredpanda






















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