Omario Brunelleschi, a British painter from Italy, shared his illustrations which defines all the different stages of being in love on his social accounts for the last 2 years.
The best part of the artist’s work is his accompanying stories about what inspired him to create the drawings. There’s no doubt that his drawings have won the hearts of thousands of people.
Bright Side shared Brunelleschi’s most interesting illustrations for you!
“40 minutes on the subway! 40 minutes hoping he’d notice me… Why now!! Why does he look up at me when I’m literally about to step off the train! Urgh… And now I’ll probably never see him again!….
mmm, If I stay on for one more stop, would I seem weird?… Probably… If I ask for his number, would I seem too easy?….Urgh… Why do all the cute guys always seem so busy or lost in their thoughts…or… reading… Urgh, damn that book! I should get off… But I don’t want to!”
“Let’s just… skip class?”
“Working on this made me want to visit Paris! It seems so beautiful!”
” – Honey…?
— Yes, darling?
— I like you.”
“Hope you’re all feeling well!”
“Those evenings, driving around aimlessly…. pulling up on the side of the road just so we could kiss as the sunset…And even when it got dark and I could barely see your face, I’d tell you that you’re beautiful…”
“War… War never changes.”
“It’s been two years to the day since I decided to start posting my artworks online. I’ve learned a lot in the past couple years. Hopefully, my improvements can inspire you to keep working hard also! It doesn’t matter what level you’re at, if you keep practicing and working hard you’ll only get better.”
“The first date, ’Are you blushing?’”
“…If I broke your heart last night. It’s because I love you most of all!”
“…That night. When I got home, I called my mom, I told her I’d met the girl I wanted to marry.”
One day I’ll be an old man, and you’ll be an old girl, We’ll walk the old dock down by the sea.”
“Evenings by the beach.”
“Music in the night.”
“I’ll wait for 5 more minutes.”
“And it was that moment I knew the loop was finally broken.”
“I’ve always really loved the smell in spring just after it rains on freshly cut grass.”
“Oh… So this is how it feels.”