sooshblog

Charming and irresistible, art by Soosh feels remarkably like a hug.

Artworks by Soosh will calm your heart, they feel remarkably like a hug. Her illustrations of longing and loving might cue a tear or two. Our favorites are Bed. King size. and the little girl and her bear-friend. An enchanting snuggle and nap will alleviate the stress and strain of city-life. Her work encourages us to take delight in our childish manifestations. At the same time, they’ll inspire and delight young parents. These charming and irresistible vignettes set a shining example for everyone — they strengthen the belief that something is beautiful and moving because it is right.

Soosh is a Russian artist and illustrator based in Ukraine. She takes inspiration from her lovely son and from daily human interactions. She finds beauty in the simple things, shapes and colors.

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childhood1

We never really grow up… We only learn how to act in public.

childhood1

To be a grown up is to have our emblematic, high-speed daydreams combed out. We’re told to “put away childish things”, that we need to toughen our delicate hearts to face a cruel world, when veritably we should all strive to make the world less cruel. Our childhood makes us more interesting adults. Re-experience the fresh enthusiasm of childhood, browse art that brings back the big tree and a swing, little triumphs in star light.

It’s never too late to have a happy childhood.

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findingyourselfblog

Echoes of yourself in art.

We are all multidimensional, wide and wavering: a little bit ambitious and cunning yet disillusioned and vulnerable. From time to time we encounter works of art which seem to recognize an elusive part of ourselves. Art helps us communicate the subtle nuances of who we are in ways which words may never fully articulate. Art speaks to the opaque frustrations specific to our generation, the colorful emotions that are strange and difficult to convey.
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