I believe that with a simple picture we become so much more clear instead of with only words. As a child, I was drawing on the kitchen table for hours and I made books with different characters. Since June 9th, I challenge myself to make an illustration, under the name of Kris Crayon (almost) every day. Kris Crayon has since grown into a collection of illustrations based on real-life moments from my single, creative, conscious existence. From shameless food to steps out of a bad mood. Kris Crayon captures the universal experience of our single moments and embraces every thought we experience in ourselves. And now I’ve passed my 100th drawing. By sharing my visual diary, I hope others get recognition in their thoughts and feelings.