When little children first learn a language, they observe and question everything that is surrounding them. They do not take a grammar book and start learning something that they haven’t experienced themselves.
Last year before going to South America I wanted to learn Spanish, so I thought what would be the most playful way to do it and I came up with this kind of study-illustrations.
Now I am in Thailand and while working with a truly beautiful Thai woman called Nok (translation – bird), I wish to understand her and speak the local language.
I started with the letters and basic things that surround us at the moment – hammer, saw, nails, sanding machine and so on.
Drawings from the past – how I started to learn Spanish: