Richard Duijnstee is a professional illustrator who was born with a pencil in his hand and graduated to a fountain pen after art school. His drawings are happy, since he can’t draw ‘mean things’. 100 of his drawings are now in the public domain, to be used freely.
Richard also writes fiction. His debut novel The Circus Was In Town can be bought via Amazon in Canada, the US, and the UK. And his one-act play, Revolutionizing Death, you can download and read or perform for free, with proper credit and acknowledgement.