Heartwarming Illustrations About The Love Between Dads And Their Little Girls (New Pics)

It is a well-known fact that dads have a special bond with their little girls. Ukranian artist Snezhana Soosh has created a series of watercolor illustrations show the magic and beauty of this relationship.

Most of Snezhana’s work is incredibly detailed, focusing on showing daily routines of fathers and daughters in a new light. The artist invites viewers to concentrate on what hides behind the image, what emotion it evokes.“I always wanted to have a tender and loving relationship with my own father, but he didn’t know how to show his love so most of the time was distant and cold,” Soosh told The Huffington Post. “I drew what I lacked and very much wanted — to feel loved and protected by my big papa.”

She mostly uses pastel, earthy colors, and the main theme of her illustrations is children, parenting, and the family bond.

Take a look at the new illustrations of the “Dad by my side” series and vote for your favorites.

More info: Instagram | vskafandre.com (h/t)

one, two, three… Playing with the little one

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Spending time together. no matter what they do, they do it together and nothing is taken for granted

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Comming home late from work to find the little one asleep, waiting for him in the lobby

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Cooking together. eggs’ shells in their breakfast omelet don’t bother them at all. crunchy!

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worry about the future. some things scare dads… but not yet.. not yet…

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Feeling sad, because she grows up so fast

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Trying new things. there is nothing dads can’t learn to do for their girls

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Having a bath. she is not excited when it comes to washing hair

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making sure when he’s not around she can still hold her ground

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Getting a makeover. when she is all into fashion he has no choice but surrender and let her make him look… festive

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teaching her to see the “invisible people”

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twinkle twinkle little star. helping her reach the stars

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sharing stories under the same roof

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loving her touch thet heals all wounds, outside and inside

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Having fun. Dad is her pirate ship, for she is his captain!

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Surprising her. sometimes dads get a little (or a lot) carried away with presents when it comes to her birthday

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5 am fishing

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Fooling around

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hiding from the summer heat in a pool, fighting it with a fan, munching on ice-cream…

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being proud of how brave the little ones are

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falling asleep by the phone without missing a single lullaby when away from home

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Napping together

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protecting pumpkin garden can be so tiring

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Being sad together. Her sorrow is his sorrow. taking whatever bothers kids as serious as their own “adult” problems

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Having Lack of privacy during wc break. “are you done? are you done? are you done?”

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Putting her to sleep. papa’s hands – the best cradle

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Seeing magic of everyday choirs

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Reading during potty time

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Enjoying the artistry of the little one

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Showing the importance of cleaning

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making his girls happy

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Carrying for her. wounds dad can still heal

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spring cleaning

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visiting a senior home

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Protecting her. he’ll be her shade

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Having a hard time separating. business trips are not easy on both of them

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Dads are great at multitasking

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Enjoying summer days at the seaside

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Being supported by his ladies. Even the strongest of all men can sometimes feel sad, helpless and weak, he is a human after all

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handling the hard parenthood tasks

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being 3 cosy teddy bears

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making him look handsome

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