That cozy image is part of the inspiration for Jakarta-based illustrator Naela Ali's latest book, "Stories for Rainy Days." The book features a heartwarming mélange of short stories and watercolor illustrations that took the author around three months to finish.
Each short story—many of them essentially a vignette—in "Stories for Rainy Days" revolves around feelings, romantic and otherwise, usually evoked during somber weather.
These moving tales are accompanied by Naela's drawings—all of them captivating in their simplicity—that illustrate various scenes, from a couple in embrace to a woman looking out of the window. This book simply perfect with a deep meaning word; very recommended to anyone who loves illustration and words for warming heart 😇✨
Perfect weather, warm blanket, and good book ✨
#storiesforrainydays as captured by @lativa.s
“The bloom may be brief but the memory of its beauty will last a lifetime.” — Doe Zantamata
#storiesforrainydays vol II as captured by @rahmamegara