Man Flew To Canada To Meet His Girlfriend For The First Time, Illustrates It All.
Imagine that you decide to travel to Toronto to meet your long-distance girlfriend for the very first time. Regardless of how it may turn out, it's an amazing adventure. Not only do you get to travel to a different country, but you get to meet the woman you might end up having a long-term relationship with. That's what happened to Simone Ferriero, an Italian-based digital artist who goes by the name "Simz." After falling for a woman he'd never met, he decided to book a flight and meet her, and then he documented all of his experience in a comic illustration. So, here's what Simz's trip was like from December 16 to January 1.
Simz had fallen for a young lady, and he proved that distance was no obstacle for true love.
He booked a flight from Italy to Canada to go meet her for the first time. But he also decided to create a visual story about his experience, while he patiently waited at the Naples Airport in Italy for his flight.
He's been drawing ever since he was a child, and as he grew up, so did his passion for art.
When Simz was in his twenties, he went to the Academy of Fine Arts to perfect his technique. After graduating, he did a few jobs and started a couple of startup companies as a graphic designer, but then he became a full-time freelancer, which allowed him to do things like traveling to Canada for love.
In this illustration, we got a bird's eye view, of the wing of the plane as it soared through the sky.
We can almost feel the anticipation he must have felt as the plane flew through the clouds towards his ultimate destination, his one true love, at least he hoped so. Drawing also allowed him to pass the time on the long flight, which he undoubtedly shared on his Tumblr page too.
As the plane continued on its course, Simz got to see some nifty looking sights down below.
When you're flying over the Alps, it's only natural that you'd want to take a picture, but Simz was more interested in taking out his colored pencils and paper in order to draw the mountains he saw from his airplane window.
Along the way, the airplane made a brief pit stop at the Frankfurt Airport in Germany.
Simz had all the time in the world to wait at this major international airport, which was located in Germany’s fifth largest city. With plenty of time to on his hands, he continued drawing. In a way, we got to sense and feel as though we were traveling with him.
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