For most of us, few of our childhood drawings will manage to stand the test of time. Somewhere along the way, they get tossed out with the paper recycling or shoved to the bottom of a memory box in the back of a closet, never to be seen again.
But Dutch muralist Telmo Pieper is making sure his beloved kid scribbles don't suffer the same fate. Recently, the self-described "creator and imagemaker" began digitally recreating his sketches, breathing new life into his child-ike imaginings with help from Photoshop. The result? A truly whimsical little project he now calls "Kiddie Arts."
Image via TelmoPieper.com