An American quarantined every day on the pavement for her brother. He lay on the drawings and imagined that he was traveling

14-year-old Makar Everett has already made more than 100 drawings for her younger brother.

Makar and Camden Everett

During the pandemic of the coronavirus, 14-year-old Makar Everett from Libertyville, USA, began to draw drawings on the asphalt near the house and photograph their 9-year-old brother Camden against them. All this so that he could “travel” while bans remain due to Covid-19.

Since the beginning of April, more than a hundred such drawings have been collected – Everett publishes them on Instagram . “Many of them are related to what we want to do, or to places where we want to go after everything is over,” the girl explained.

She was going to draw 100 days in a row and usually published one photograph a day. As a result, by July 15, her Intstagram has already 105 drawings, and so far she is not going to stop.

 

 

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Polar View #chalkyourwalk #sidewalkchalk #sidewalkchalkart #sidewalkart #coronachalkchallenge #northernlights #polarbear

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Bon Voyage #sidewalkchalk #sidewalkart #chalkyourwalk #sidewalkchalkart #covidchalkchallenge #airfrance #airplane #ohareairport

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Backcountry #sidewalkchalk #sidewalkchalkart #sidewalkart #chalkyourwalk

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Opening Day #chalkyourwalk

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Zip zip and away!

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