3896days is the work of a writer and a designer. The name is derived from the number of days between two birthdays, and the period it’s taken for two soul existences to intertwine.
In the form of a visual diary, 3896days depicts the spiritual and physical union of like souls. The core idea behind the personal drawing project is that everything originates from and leads back to love. The artwork, which is often of two people enjoying joint, “out-of-body” experiences, stimulates and awakens people to living in the now, following an inner bliss, feeling unconditional love, recognizing desires and manifestations, and appreciating synchronicity.
3896days serves to inspire hearts and minds, and draw in new ones – the drawings provide art appreciation experiences that are both heart-opening and euphoric.
Van Gogh after his ‘impossible love affair’ with the Italian Agostina Segatori in Paris, finally decided to accept that he wasn’t destined to find his true love. He settled for paying for it.
Love is not easy to find, and not easy to keep. Love sometimes comes without thinking, maybe was always there but you never see it. No matter how love appears in your life, when it is finally there, it is the best feeling someone can experience. Something very close to "Magic".
Tenderness, fondness, predilection, warmth, passion, adoration. Love mean a deep and enduring emotional regard for someone special in your life.
This is what love looks like through the exceptional illustrations of Pascal Champion Art
Edgar Artis is an Armenian Artist and Fashion Illustration. Edgar uses stylish paper cut outs and different objects to create beautiful dresses.
Yehuda Adi Devir is a Tel-Aviv-based illustrator who knows how to enjoy the little things. The comic artist and character designer creates adorable comics about his daily adventures with his wife, and they perfectly describe their romantic relationship.
Maya is an artist herself and collaborates with her husband on the series. “Usually after something interesting <…> happens to us, we tighten the concept and do a few composition sketches,” Yehuda added. “After that, I sit down and start working. When I finish, Maya adds her suggestions for improvement, suggesting color, typography and so on. All of this process takes no more than a day.”
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