The relation of husband and wife is the one which deserves to be celebrated everyday and in every season. It’s a kind of bond which is so special and if your partner values you then you are one lucky person in this mean world.
However, this artist took things to the cutest level when he showed his everyday life with his wife in several comics which are certainly adorable and lovely.
The artist illustrated different scenes of his daily routine which he experiences with his wife and that showed how much he values his wife as he made her the focus point of his art.
Yehuda Adi Devir is basically the name behind these epic comics who is a comic artist plus character designer.
Yehuda Adi Devir creates amazing comics about his daily domestic life which he shares with his wife, Maya.
From workout to doing dishes and from enjoying little things to fighting on stupid matters is all he shares with his wife and this is something almost every lovely couple out there gets to experience.
Though all these things are a part of daily routine and not regarded as something special but if you deeply analyse and ponder then you will come to know that these things are actually the beauty of a married life.
By this comic artist’s creations, we got a chance to ponder as well that how adorable and precious these little moments are which a duo shares almost every single day.
1. Her “almost done” means it’s not done yet and you have to wait for hours
2. When she is on a mission to clear the mess
3. Because it was husband’s turn
4. New years eve basically
5. Because she loves the rain and umbrella too
6. Husband getting old
7. She is such a workaholic
8. Wife bought the present for husband apparently
9. Her hair is everywhere literally
10. She has not a single dress to wear
11. Reminder saved him
Every moment with spouse is special and precious; this relation deserves to be surrounded by all the love and care rather than lust and selfishness. These comics just aptly told us that how fun it is if you ravish every second with the love of your life.
Source: Yehuda Adi Devir