Way back in February, we held a Rilakkuma Drawing Contest. And we were amazed by the drawing we received.
This is the winner of the contest, inspiration by Faith of the RilakkumaLIfeStyle and drew by Simon Ho. This drawing is awesome, and we didn’t expect to have such amazing beautiful drawing.
Rilakkuma is very cute wearing the sailor suit. Korilakkuma’s reflection in the sea is my favourite part of the drawing. Kiiroitori is like enjoying the sun and sailing.
What do you like about this drawing?
A few more details about this piece:
Rilakkuma Crossing The Ocean
Rilakkuma Crossing The Ocean is inspired by Washington Crossing the Delaware, an 1851 oil-on-canvas painting by the German-American artist Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze, painted to commemorate General George Washington’s crossing of the Delaware River on the night of December 25–26, 1776, during the American Revolutionary War. While Marine Rilakkuma is likely too lazy to be a general in the military like Washington, Rilakkuma Crossing The Ocean represents thoughtful reflection and serenity as Rilakkuma and pals drift across the ocean in their newspaper boat on a lazy afternoon.