Art retrieves the wonders of childhood.

Childhood is the shortest season. Art helps retrieve bittersweet memories in incredible clarity: of hot dogs and birthday cakes, the joys of being picked up and swung around, splinters in the foot and the first Nintendo games. No matter how many times we were pushed on a swing or rewarded for being good, they were never enough to last a lifetime. The day we stopped counting the candles on our birthday cakes is the day we left our childhood behind and started fretting about the future. Most of us spend the rest of our lives trying to regain a certain simplicity and spirit that we had as children. Art helps you carry your childhood with you, and summons up the defining moments where we became alive for the first time. Never stop screaming, playing and laughing, it’s still very beautiful.

Bring back the wonders of childhood with art:

framegirlinblueUntitled (Girl in Blue)
by Jarek Puczel

by Max Grunfeld

by Emily Lau

framemarinecuriositiesMarine Curiosities I
by Vladimir Stankovic

by Paul Loubet

framegirlwithseesawGirl on a seesaw
by Jarek Puczel

by Vladimir Stankovic

by Cristiana Cerretti


Alice Zhang

Alice Zhang

Creative Director at Stew