An Artist Portrays the Life of His Family and Proves That Happiness Lies in the Little Things

As a child, Pascal Campion made sketches of his comic books and the beautiful landscapes of Provence. He studied art in Strasbourg and Boston and worked in Honolulu, Hawaii. Later he moved to San Francisco, where he not only found a new job but also met his future wife, Katrina. Soon a daughter, Lily, and twin sons, Max and Colin, were born.

It is his family that gives Pascal the inspiration to create his amazingly warm illustrations: after all, even small everyday things start to seem pretty damn enjoyable when you are surrounded by people who love you. This simple idea is what the artist shares through his work.

We at Bright Side completely agree with Pascal, and we were delighted to discover his art. We suggest that you take a look at some of it too. Enjoy!

Being hugged after a hard day

Stretching oneself in the morning

Watching the leaves fall

Having fun

Taking sunbaths

Stopping to look around

Tidying up together

Keeping the romance burning

Giving unexpected cuddle attacks

Holding hands

Forgetting everything when you’re together

Being engrossed in a good book with a cup of strong coffee

Hiking until you feel a pleasant tiredness in your legs

Being alone with yourself

Making a dance floor out of the living room

Luxuriating in the bath

Listening to the sound of rain together

Spontaneous manifestations of love are the most genuine ones.

Rejoicing at miracles

Seeing the beauty of every day...

...and every night...

...and enjoying the moment at any age.

Which picture touched you most? Share with us in the comments!

Preview photo credit pascalcampionart/Instagram
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