What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Through the Eyes of a Child



After all the rainbow-centric posts I did in the last month, I thought maybe I should wean us off slowly. Therefore, today, I bring you the hyper-colored fantasies by painter and muralist Antonio Segura Donat, A.K.A. Dulk. The artist uses his home in Valencia, Spain, as home base, but he travels all over Europe, the U.S., and Canada, brightening up buildings in need of some childlike imagination, and reminding people about the wonders of biodiversity and the plight of endangered animals.

As a child, Dulk was fascinated with the pictures of exotic animals he found in his parents’ old encyclopedias, and he used to practice drawing them until he got them right. As an adult, Dulk continues to see these animals through the innocent eyes of a child, which is where the elements of heightened reality and fantasy come in.

You can follow Dulk’s very colorful adventures on his website and on Instagram.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

4 thoughts on “Through the Eyes of a Child

  1. Guy has an amazing imagination.

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  2. wow – this artist has talent and he sure does love color – and fantasy – nice way to wean readers and such beauty we take away – I like refuge – the toucan house – ha

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