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These artists revisit in their own way the drawings of children's monsters

It is well known, children have a vivid imagination. And to further develop their creativity and their taste for art, American artists have come together to create an original initiative calledThe Monster Project. Behind this rather scary name hides a fun project of offering children create their worst monster. The latter will then be revisited by a illustrator (drawing or 3D) in order to show the younger ones the power of art.

In total more than 100 artists have fun at reinterpret, each with their own style, children's monster drawings. These illustrators allow children to develop their imagination by offering a more detailed and realistic view of their creation with, one imagines, the surprise that goes with it. Imagine your drawing come to life and literally transform into a film character ... a real childhood dream!

A nice initiative, fun and full of good intentions, which you can discover in more detail on the official website of the project. And if you like this kind of idea, we recommend our article on this young creative dad who transforms his sons' drawings in much the same way as The Monster Project.

Credits: The Monster Project

Credits: The Monster Project

Credits: The Monster Project

Credits: The Monster Project

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