I Miss The Days Of My Childhood, When Pain Meant A Broken Toy | Actually
As long as I can remember, drawing and painting as a child was the most honest feeling I ever had. It was freedom where I find excitement in creating a fantasy world of my own.
Retaining the limitless creativity, dreaming of the impossible and seeing the world that grown-ups are oblivious to.
“I miss the days of my childhood, when pain meant a broken toy” depicts my unspoken words. Facing with a discourse where life choices must be made and expectations triumphs “unrealistic” dreams we build.
Launch of EVERYDAY collection | Actually
"I miss the days of my childhood, when pain meant a broken toy"