Puuung Illustrates How Love is in Every Day Life

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Puuung: “Love is something that everybody can relate to. And Love comes in ways that we can easily overlook in our daily lives. So, I try to find the meaning of love in our daily lives and make it into artwork.”

South Korea-based illustrator Puuung draws how the best thing about love is that it radiates in even the smallest things in life on her illustrations. The artist collects them on her “Love is” series which is uploaded on Grafolio every week. Puuung is inspired by her own everyday life experiences with the person she loves.

“The ideas for each episode are also taken from my own everyday life. Small experiences, like dropping my chopsticks while I was eating a meal with my boyfriend, has all been used as stories in my illustrations.” ― Puuung

Love is something that everybody can relate to. And Love comes in ways that we can easily overlook in our daily lives. So, I try to find the meaning of love in our daily lives and make it into artworks.”

Love is Hiding Behind The Small Things in Everyday Life

The artist Puuung publishes her illustrations for the “Love is..” series on Grafolio and updates it every Tuesday and Friday. She focuses on love in the tiny details of everyday experiences. Eating ice-cream together, buying a milk, kisses on the forehead, reading in a bed, riding bikes through the parks, falling asleep on the couch, getting tucked in under a blanket, enjoying the cold weather, cooking together, having a coffee together and more heartwarming activities that she reminds us that when it comes to love, it’s the little things that matter. Love is the simple puzzle but needs to get the pieces together.

“I think it is important to remember and be grateful for even the smallest things, such as when he pours warm milk into a cup that he has warmed up for you, when he supports you so that you don’t trip or makes sure that you walk on the safer side of the sidewalk while talking a walk, hand in hand. These small moments should never be taken for granted, and the gratitude you feel for his actions should always be remembered and expressed in words. Never hesitate to say ‘Thank you! I love you! Hearts and kisses!‘” ― Puuung, an interview on p7s1creativestudio.de

Puuung Illustrates How Love is in  Everyday Life



“I’ll see you soon! Kiss kiss !!”



“You are so adorable even if look upside down!!”


“You’re such a slow eater.”
“I’m not slow. You’re too fast! Munch munch



“I made origami and felt like a kid all over again.”


“What do you want to do on the first snowfall of the year?”
“I want to lay with you under the covers and fall into a deep, warm sleep.”


“Please wash my face for me and make it clean.”


“We went to the aquarium. See the pretty jellyfish glow!”




“It’s okay. It’s not something scary. We are almost done.”




“I came home to see that everyone was taking a nap! I took a photo of you sleeping because you looked so cute!”


“Which one should I get?”



“Hold on! Give me a kiss before you go!”


“It is a happy thing to come out at night and have late night snack. I am so happy!”



“When will you be home? I am making something really really delicious so come home soon!!”


“You might catch a cold!”


“Careful on a snowy road. I’ll meet you soon!”


“He suddenly lifted me up in his arms while we were taking a stroll. I felt like a princess!


“More powerful pick-me-up drink than any other ones.”


“Stop reading and play with me! I love your cute chubby cheeks!”


“We watched a movie together, all cuddled up on the sofa.”


“Tonight was a bit special because the fireworks festival lit up the night sky! We stayed in, and as usual, talked over a tasty snack. We looked at the night sky while we talked. It was beautiful!”




“It’s going to be beautiful once it’s completed!”
“I’m going to wear this every day.” 

All images  © Puuung

You can check Puuung ‘s profile on Grafolio for more illustrations and follow her on Facebook & instagram, cheers! #cosmicorgasm 

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