Pascal Campion is a French-American artist based in Burbank, California who creates heartwarming and soulful illustrations about every day life.

Inspired by Katrina, his wife of 10 years, his 9-year-old daughter, and his 6-year-old twin boys, Campion’s work brilliantly captures the importance of the small things. From watching the autumn leaves fall, pausing to catch a ray of sunshine, holding hands in a crowded room or simply reading a book on a rainy night with a warm cup of coffee, his illustrations not only look beautiful; they also encourage us to stop, look around us, and think about what really matters the most. “The little moments are just as important as the big ones,” says Campion, who describes his style as “spontaneous and messy in execution but clear in communication.” Scroll down to see for yourself.

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Being comforted after a long day

Waking up next to him

Giving her a kiss when she’s so perfectly relaxed

Having an impromptu pillow fight

Going on a hike with a picnic

Keeping each other dry

Whisking her off her feet

Waiting for him to come home

Having fun even when doing the most boring chores

Spending a perfect day doing nothing together

Showing each other spontaneous affection

Watching the world from above

Marveling at miracles you created together

Worrying when she’s not answering her phone

Watching the autumn leaves falling as you grow older together

Peeping through the door to see the most precious moments

Being there when he needs you

Getting unexpected hugs

Sharing random intimate moments together

Not letting the rain ruin your day

Seeing the silver lining in any situation

Being proud of those little everyday accomplishments

And goofing around with the family

Here’s the illustrator Pascal Campion with his children

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His wife, Katrina, gives him plenty of inspiration

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Campion’s illustrations remind us to enjoy the small things, however old we might be