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.

framegirlinblueUntitled (Girl in Blue)
by Jarek Puczel from Olsztyn

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frameprrrrfectPrrrrfect  NEW
by Alba Blázquez from Madrid

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framefoxmaskFox mask
by Hanna Ilczyszyn from Brussels

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framecelebrationCelebration
by Max Grunfeld from Hamburg

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framecomfortzoneComfort Zone
by Martynas Pavilonis from Vilnius

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frameCorrovuelomeaceleroCorro, vuelo, me acelero
by Javier Puyou from Mexico City

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frameohsodeliciousOh so delicious
by Ann-Kathrin Nikolov from Cologne

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frametreehouseThe Tree House
by Cristiana Cerretti from Turin

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framegirlwithseesawGirl on Seesaw
by Jarek Puczel from Olsztyn

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framegirlGirl
by Hanna Ilczyszyn from Brussels

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frameintheboxIn the Box
by Emily Lau from Hong Kong

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frameflossyvampireFlossy Vampire
by Kei Kusuma from Surabaya

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frameOroOro
by Eleonora Arosio from Lissone

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frameimaginationImagination
by Dave Van Patten from Long Beach

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Alice Zhang

Alice Zhang

Creative Director at Stew