A mysterious Japanese artist, who goes by the pseudonym of Ariduka55 on social media channels, specializes in drawing illustrations that bring the breath of life into a completely new fantasy world, where giant animals live and evolve alongside humans.
These illustrations are inspired by our ordinary world with the exception that the little animals such as cats, dogs, rabbits, owls, raccoons are close in size to a giant. In spite of having huge animals, the atmosphere in the pictures is almost always ethereal and peaceful.
The artist supposes art can be a good way to comfort people in hard times. So, each illustration was created to provide positive energy for people who are exhausted, working hard, or having a difficult time in their life.
This series of gigantic cuddly animals consoling humans who have had a bad day has been warming the hearts of thousands on the internet. Scroll down to enjoy a peaceful and joyful life in these illustrations.
#1. A girl comes back home and uses a HUG card on her cat.
#2. A perfect world where you can surrender yourself to sleep on a giant ball of fur.
#3. A tranquil and slightly gloomy part of the series featuring a Korean crow-tit (Baepsae).
#4. A stray cat looking for a place to call home.
#5. The Ainu people believed that they were born from the union of a wolf like creature and a goddess.
#6. A huge ball of cotton and a blue blob of a bird.
#7. The art of camouflage is on point in this picture.
#8. A peaceful autumn afternoon at the shrine saturated.
#9. Japanese culture sees a black cat crossing your path as a good omen.
#10. This cat sports a pair of magnificent blue horns.
#11. How did this girl get a fox inside the school?
#12. One of the more famous elements in Asian folklore is the Moon rabbit.
#13. The fox plays a role in Japanese culture that’s unusually rich and complicated.
#14. “Japan perceives the butterfly to be a ‘soul of the living and the dead.’
#15. A white feline hiding from the afternoon’s sun behind the curtain of draping flowers.
#16. The Shiba Inu breed is Japan’s one of the most cherished treasures.
#17. Tanukis were known to be masters of illusion.
#18. Looks like he just finished wrecking the town.
#19. The little girl is going through something difficult and the creature is her only friend.
#20. The cat, the girl, and the soft sunlight streaming through the window.
#21. This pic reminds us of the trailer for the liar princess and the blind prince.
#22. This looks like it could be something from a Ghibli Film!
#23. Needs more horns!
#24. Inoshishi (the boar) is part of the Japanese culture and mythology.
#25. A sleepy guardian braving itself against the cold blanket of winter.
#26. Does it remind you of a kirin?
#27. Is that a dog or a fox?
#28. You can’t find me! Come on and try!
#29. It looks like a very wise being.
#30. It says “tomare” which is a command to stop.
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