A Sweet Innocence – Artist Chris Appelhans (14 Total)

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Chris Appelhans is a young artist and illustrator who’s drawn everything from Coraline to Monster House. He creates honest, simple and innocent drawings that bring out our childhood memories. You can see his take on a modern day Alice in Wonderland on his website or see a collection of a few of my favorites below.

"Children have a capacity to handle much 'darker' stuff than we give them credit for – as long as the underlying tone of the story is honest and hopeful." – Chris Appelhans

Trent

Tree Bot


Trampoline Bot

Leaf Box


Santa Ninja


17th Street


Bad Unicorn


We spent it well

Sandcreek

Costumes


Birthday


Friends


Love

Chris Appelhans website

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