Category: Story-telling

Seagull

Today, I was looking at the seagull, who lives on top of the chimney 4 metres outside my window, and seeing it for the first time. It lives on it’s own. There is no room for another one on that perch. It was sleeping with it’s beak on it’s back, sitting so that a light […]

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Art and Sweetcorn

Short story by Marina Kim

In September 2009 my younger daughter Alina came to my studio for an hour or two. That visit led to an illustrated short story “Art and Sweetcorn”. Here it is: Sweetcorn is hot this season. On the way to the studio I made a detour to the Farmers’ Market, but going home in the evening […]

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The Caterpillar Who Changed

There was time when little worm-like creatures you now call caterpillars never changed into butterflies. They were born, had their babies, and eventually died as caterpillars all the way through. But then it all changed. There was this young caterpillar once. Life was nice to it. Day in and day out all was same. All […]

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