Illustrator Christoph Niemann traveled the Mekong, documenting the experience in his sketchbook.
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29 COMMENTS

  1. They don't count the trillions of useless death of kind, good, normal and healthy animals and humanbeings.
    And the dying of the planet will be as "exponential" , as the lies and terror to animals and humanbeings also.

  2. Drawing the things you see while traveling is a great idea and makes your journey an unforgettable memory! I tried it out about a year ago while I was in Prague, I made a sketch of something interesting I saw – a building, a restaurant etc. – and wrote a little diary entry of what I did that day next to it on the page. If I hadn't done this, I would've probably forgot about most of the little detailed experiences. I hope I can do the same thing when I'll (hopefully!) travel to Japan in a few years! ❤️

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