21 Imaginative Illustrations

I Dream a Dream

An illustrator and visual artist living and working in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Heng Swee Lim is the ultimate doodler. “I love doodling, this is why all these started.” he says. “Thru illustrations and designs, i hope I'll be able to doodle a smile on people's face.” His website, in fact, is called I Love Doodle and it’s packed with wonderfully whimsical illustrations. Like fellow Malaysian artist Chow Hon Lam, Lim’s designs all have a clever or sweet nature to them. Most of all, though, they each stand alone as imaginative works of art that make us see the world in a more colorful and creative way. Smile

Wisdom Teeth

An Imaginative Day

Ready to be Eaten

Flight Dream

Hang On

Hey Mr. Blue Sky


Hug and Listen

In Search of Sunshine


Let Go



Solar System

The Messenger

Where Have All the Rabbits Gone

Once Upon a Time



I Love Doodle

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