Ximena Rosa (15) Mexico “Como pájaros”
Even when we feel surrounded by fear and completely overwhelmed, we need to remember we are not alone. Now, it’s the time where we can truly understand and care for each other. We got this!
Geneva (6) Kenya
“Wash your hands with soap and running water”
Gina (6) Honduras “Living with Coronavirus”
Be happy and wear your mask!
Daniella (7) Honduras “Virtual school during Coronavirus”
The new normal for children in virtual school during coronavirus.
Aarav (4) India “Two Warriors Against Corona”
Use mask and sanitizer and be safe.
Zoe (10) Honduras “The Counter”
this is how our counters look during corona
Isabella (6) Honduras “Quarantine Classes”
Danusorn (16) Thailand “Dissolving tower”
This picture related to the acid in the sea, which dissolves the coral and anything natural. I compared the building in the background to the coral because buildings can fall down.
Advika (4) India “Rainbow Planet Escaping Gold Cloud Dust”
I saw Mama’s discarded dye bottle (“it’s a squishy bottle!”) and used it. I choose red, black, white and gold poster colours, crayons for rainbow planet, straw, mask tape (for outlining round) on watercolour paper. Squishy bottle is not like spray bottle. A big blob of gold made an “oops” puddle. But then, I used a straw to make it a gold dust cloud with claws chasing the planet.
Danusorn (16) Thailand “The Almighty Defense”
This picture depicts a small anchovies defending by shoaling together, making them look like a large human head to scare the predatory sailfish away.
Lucianna (10) Honduras “Baking Away COVID-19”
I love to bake, and I’ve been doing it more often ever since quarantine started.
Cayla (9) Nigeria “Mask Face Friendly”
Eylul (9) Turkey “Ballet in corona time”
During Corona time, opera and ballet are watched both virtually and by complying with social distance rules. This situation will pass and we will get back to our good old days.
Helene (13) England “Life as a Fruit”
Life like a fruit, with a bumpy ride.
Hui (14) UK -during
Pedro (5) Brazil ‘Birthday on the Farm’
My 5 years old was in Farm, because the pandemic.
Nora (10) Nigeria “Little Girl During Quarantine”
Leonor (15) Peru ‘Read My Lips’
Two chaoses in one. A time of uncertainty and injustice. Trying to breathe through fire, through hell. Wandering blinded in the dark, where do we go next?
Zakariya (11) India “Stay at home”
I draw this picture when coronavirus started for my art homework for school. It is a coronavirus pandemic. Doctors said:Be safe.Stay at home.
Rodrigo Andres (7) Honduras “I can´t wait for this to end”
I can´t wait to go to Chuck E. Cheese´s, walk my dog and see my friends!
Helene (13) England “Hope”
Never loose hope. Cherish it as the air you breathe.
Lucianna (10) Honduras “During the pandemic”
Take care and social distance!
Zara (9) UK “Sunshine and Hope”
the girl must walk a long way to get out of the forest, however when she does she will be closer to the sun that represents hope.
Emmaculate (8) Kenya
“Stay Home, Stay Safe”
Ailya (16) UAE ‘Under the Sea’
The seas is full of color all we have to do is find it
Stephan (15) Peru ‘Our Ripples at Sea’
A representation of the after-effects of how our products end up affecting wildlife around us. Here is an abstract turtle made of upcycled magazines and food packaging being suffocated by the remnants of our trash
Richmal (18) Trinidad and Tobago “Trapped inside”
Feeling of being trapped inside in front of a computer screen.
José Andrés (11) Honduras “COnVIvienDo[+]theFuture”
Take care of yourself and the ones you love so this can end soon and we can live again without fear.
Pheaktra (12) Cambodia “Learning About Covid”
However we are in a bod situation, we have got many experiences learning how to live with Covid.
Zakariya (11) India “Family Fruit”
When I’m bored,I draw this picture of fruits .I like eating these fruits:Orange,coconut,watermelon.
Evan (7) Honduras “Finding the cure for Coronavirus”
We will beat the Coronavirus!
Danusorn (16) Thailand “The Fall of The Empire”
This picture depicts a sitting person crying and a 4 leaning tower. The reason I did this, to compare crisis of 2020, which includes Coronavirus outbreak and violent clashes and protests in the world.
Jai (9) Nigeria “Mask Up”
its an art work with a mask
Veronica (14) Peru ‘Marylin’
Ailya (16) UAE ‘Evening Gardens’
Selah (8) China “Feeling shapes”
My goal as an artist is to get better at colouring in the lines and using art within building. (…) I used strait and thick lines to represent strength I used thin lines to do the other shapes and colours. I used different colours to represent my feelings. (…)I learned that I am very good at expressing my feelings with colours.
Maria Isabel (6) Honduras “2020”
Stay Safe, wear your masks always, keep distance, no touching and wash your hands. This will pass. God bless us all.
Jad (10) Indonesia “The Eye”
During the Corona virus pandemic, we need to be aware of our surroundings. We have to be careful and keep our eyes on.
Jack (4) UK
“Field of Poppies”
Luis-Felipe (6) Honduras “My quarantine”
I live happy and safe in my house
Leakhena (12) Cambodia “School Outside”
We can go outside to learn during Covid.
Condollizer (12) Kenya
Victoria (6) Honduras “My house”
This is my house. The place that has kept me safe
Emmanuela (8) kenya
“There is coronavirus”
Christopher (7) Honduras “Time together with my brother”
During this difficult time there have been moments of joy spending time with my family and doing things we may have not had time to do before. It has made the ties of friendship with my brothers grow stronger, as we have spent day and night together playing video games, having fun and laughing.
Ailya (16) UAE ‘Free Dreams’
During the lockdown when I was stuck at home, the only place where I could roam freely was my dreams.
Anastasia2 (14) UK
Ailya (16) UAE ‘The Plague’
Seeing the times we are in today, With a virus threatening everyone, I painted a scene of a day during another one of a deadly virus that happened in history- The Black Death.
Finn (12) UK “The Fist and the Rainbow”
My image is a metaphor for how I feel about the Black Lives Matter issues and what I have been discovering during lockdown. The computer and the fist symbol represent the way a lot of things to do with protesting are happening online. The megaphone is also a symbol for the protesting. The bars symbolise how I feel trapped inside my home and myself, and the shadow falling across the computer and the megaphone represents the way it’s very hard to be heard when other people think you shouldn’t be going out, or doing anything. The rainbow background represents my journey, while in lockdown, about gender and how that has been in the background of my life almost since lockdown started. It’s also Pride Month.
Yahya (9) India, ‘Sun of Hope’
Isaac (4) England “The Cloud”
We have been taken through he cloud of Coronavirus. We can not see ahead of us clearly and haven’t seen our teaches and friends from school, we miss them. But as each cloud, this one will pass as well.
Kyle (9) Kenya
Christian (11) Honduras “My entertainment”
I found a game named among us that lets me play with my friends.
David (15) Kenya
Clavè (9) USA ‘Before To After’
When you’re feeling sad there is always some way find happiness.
Esther (15) Kenya
Yeonjoon (13) China “Matisse Rat”
Cut-out animals inspired by Henri Matisse. Since we’re in Shanghai, I chose to do a rat based on the Chinese Zodiac.
Luciano (10) Honduras “World united against the virus”
Hello children of the world! I’m very happy to write you this comment and because I like talking to people from around the world.
Ayaan (9) India “The COVID 19 Pandemic”
Sebastian (8) Honduras “Zoom”
This is me spending time with my friends via zoom during the coronavirus
Jonnes (15) Kenya
Ava (7) Honduras “During Quarantine”
For the children around the world, I want to say… be happy and stay positive.
Arunima-Ghosh (9) India ‘Conquering-Crises’
This piece shows how we aspire to conquer over coronavirus. The hearts show how we all live together as a family with love and compassion against adversities. The squares show how much the virus has made us live with fear and anxiety. The chequered pattern inside the eyes shows the amount of confusion and hopelessness we all face without living together as a family because of the virus. The triangular pattern on the head shows how we all feel isolated staying at one place. The chequered pattern on the head shows how we feel sad as coronavirus claims innocent lives. The sky blue background shows how we all hope for a better future…
Valeria (10) Honduras “Happy with my puppy”
This picture is me playing with my puppy in the garden.
Natasha Elizabeth (10) Kenya
“Stay at Home”
Ailya (16( UAE ‘Hurricane’
Ajmi (8) Kenya
“Wash your hands”
Jembé (6) USA ‘Tired Of My Mask, Happy When I Play’
When you get tired of your mask, it’s okay. Think about the things that make you happy.
Rebecca Marii (9) Estonia
Luna (9) Italy
Questa sono io, questo sei tu. Giacomo
Arkins (6) Kenya
Ritisha (8) Singapore ‘My Lockdown Days’
I am trying to depict the lockdown days in Singapore during 2020 pandemic days which were circuit breaker times here. Hope you like it!
Valentina (15) Peru ‘Heart of Love’
Norah Ashley (7) Kenya
“Corona is a deadly disease”
Bernard (11) Kenya
“Not to have Corona Virus”
Lihlo (10) USA ‘Vision Of My Heart’
Even though times are tough, we can still have hope in our hearts.
Isabel (6) Honduras “My toy helps me through and through”
Don’t worry, Coronavirus will soon be over!
Salma (10) Kuwait “Characters 1”
Isabelle (11) Honduras “The circle of Coronavirus”
Kamal (6) Honduras “Quarantine 2020 at home”
Stay safe at home.
Viviana (6) Honduras “Granny and me during Coronavirus”
Playing with grandma keeping distance and using mask, take care of everyone.
Salma (17) Kuwait “Portrait of Keira Knightly”
I invested my time during the Coronavirus in developing my talent for drawing, so you should use the time for useful things or develop yourselves.
Brigthon (10) kenya
“How to prevent Covid-19”
Cuba (10) Kenya
“Wash your hands”
Baraka (10) Nigeria “Corona Virus”
Here is an image which i thought I should share with you
Nadia (10) Kenya
“How Corona spreads”
Fernando (10) Honduras “Coronavirus”
It is me playing with my Play Station 4.
Taanvi (16) Switzerland “Reaching for the Stars”
I wanted to bring out the psychological effects of the COVID-19 on little children, whose feelings were often overlooked. [….] I wanted to show how a little child might feel if they are “trapped” inside a room.[…] The message here is that despite the countless toys, books, and other indoor games present in the room, the child still craved to go “outside”.[…] This portrayed themes like “freedom,” “isolation” and “loneliness” inside the mind of young children who, unlike adults and teenagers, love to go outside and play.
Valentina (13) Peru ‘Quarantine Call’
In quarantine we lost the possibility to have visual contact face to face and in this artwork, a girl is calling her friend to listen to her voice and ask how she feels during quarantine. Andy Warhol’s techniques inspired my artwork.
Nigel (7) Kenya
Rocco (14) Peru ‘Out of Beds’
Alysha (4) India “A View Through the Window”
Aditi (9) UAE ‘Hope’
Hope that the vaccine gets released for all and I hope that it will be given to the less fortunate people
Pablo Andrès (7) Honduras “I’m bored”
I miss my friends.
Xavier (10) Kenya
“The Covid-19 Pandemia”
Esther (15) Kenya
“Good Health care”
Enara-Fera (3) India “When CoronaVirus gets into our body”
Abigail (5) India “Angels of Protection during Corona Pandemic”
I have drawn this postcard commemorating the efforts of different people like doctors/ nurses/ policemen and other professionals before, during and after the pandemic.
Cuba (10) Kenya
“Don’t touch your face”
Mila Tegg (8) Indonesia ‘Alice is back from Wonderland’
In this Pandemic situation, everyone is wearing mask. When Alice back from the Wonderland to the Earth,she was surprised that everyone wear mask and keep distance to each other.
Soraya (8) Honduras “Earth affecting COVID-19”
Raina(12) Indonesia “Bestie n Me”
Spend a good time with your best friend and don’t waste your time.
Claxon (9) Kenya
“Follow the government regulation”
Diego (13) Guatemala “The sea is peace”
Life can be beautiful no matter what is happening.
Mariia (9) Austria ‘Covid Bear’
I was inspired by pop Art and I used the specific techniques of bright objects colors, simple objects to create my art piece. The Art piece is special to me because animals are involved. I hope my art piece will help the world remember the Covid -19 pandemic by masks were everywhere.
Alaina (4) India ‘2020 Pandemic’
Ava (7) Costa Rica
“Backyard Corona Play Date”
Dishkant (15) India ‘Finding Calm in Chaos’
We need to find happiness in every small thing and be cheerful throughout all our life.
Laventa (9) Kenya
People mingling together at their daily activities, elderly and children playing.
Deep (6) UAE ‘2020 and me’
Try to give joy to others….
Shagun (9) India “Stay Safe”
Leonel (8) Honduras “What I ate and cooked during Coronavirus”
I believe that it is fun to cook food like cinnamon rolls and doughnuts and people like you should try to cook them too to feel happy.
Arianna (11) Honduras “Life as a fruit”
This drawing it about how we are in our house safe and a eating healthy.
Saia (10) China “The Beauty of Sight”
I think it’s amazing how that people all over the world could see arts and beauty. I think that the beauty of the eye itself is very underrated so I chose to draw an eye.
Sophie (4) Germany
“Christmas with Corona”
Mia (6) Honduras “Coronavirus stay away from my house”
Kids in the world stay safe and wear your face mask.
Valeria (15) Peru ‘Black Lungs’
Darcy (7) Indonesia “The Captain America Shield”
During the Corona virus pandemic, we need to protect ourselves from the virus as the shield protects Captain America.
Eunsu (13) South Korea “Disabled Life In COVID-19”
Sebastian (8) Honduras “Loneliness”
This is me alone in a mountain with the view of a sunset, keeping distance from everybody else.
Salma (10) Kuwait “Characters 2”
Adrejaa (8) India ‘Unlocking Our Mind in Lockdown’
2020 lock down due to Covid 19 has put a halt in many activities, however if we see the positive side of it , this time has given all of us an opportunity to appreciate what we have and to be compassionate towards our loved one, our nature, animals ,trees, air and everything that are helping us to live happily
Tatiana (8) Kenya
Jocelyn-C. (17) Thailand “A Pattern of fun”
I made this pattern because i love creating patterns. I feel like having fun whenever i draw a patterns, it is fun for me.
Catalina (6) Honduras “During Coronavirus”
Staying home is safe I can’t wait to see mu teachers and friends at school.
Gabriel (7) Honduras “In Coronavirus”
Kennedy (9) Kenya
“This is the shape of Corona”
Charlie (10) Indonesia “Elephant in a top hat”
You can have fun in the pandemic, and sometimes you have to go crazy in the most creative ways…
Jyian (10) Kenya
“Wash your hands as many times as you can”
Hernan (11) Honduras Missing my friends
I think quarantine is boring. I mean I love playing with my brothers and family but I terribly miss my friends. I’ve got no one to talk to because me and my brothers are fighting a lot, so please stop quarantine.
Ella (13) Guatemala “Silence”
This drawing represents many global issues, like color difference and the crossed band aids represent to stay safe but in other hands how using a mask and coronavirus in all does not let us represent ourselves, as you can see there are many words in, one sides there are things that I miss because of coronavirus and lastly on the other side there are things that I have gained during coronavirus.
Juan Manuel (11) Honduras “Quarantine Hobby”
Condillizer (12) Kenya
Aarav (4) India “Blossoms during Covid”
Yejin (13) China “Sweet Candy”
A still life of shiny objects from home: gummy bears and lollipops.
Shadrack (8) Kenya
“Wash your hands”
Airen (13) India ‘Effects of the COVID’
Beldine (11) Kenya
“How to prevent Covid-19”
Salma (10) Kuwait “Character 3”
Juan Diego (11) Honduras “Lockdown Fun”
Stay home and safe, that is the fastest way this pandemic is going to end.
Dominique (8) Honduras “Homeschooling during the Corona Virus”
This is what my bedroom looks like during corona virus. This is how I go to school now.
Brandonne (11) Kenya
“How can I prevent the spread of Covid-19?”
Florian (9) Kenya
Lenon Bray (7) Kenya
“Let us fight Covid-19”
Serena (11) USA “Passing Time”
During the Coronavirus pandemic there was a “shelter in place” order, which required everyone to stay home. Everyone had to find ways to pass time. I passed my time by reading books, and playing with my cat Tabby. Although I longed for things to go back to normal, this helped me not get bored.
ZOE (7) Honduras “During Coronavirus”
I hope you like my work and take care of you and your family.
Eshal (9) Nigeria “Wash Your Hands”
What techniques are children all around world using?
Ohnyoo (10) India “The drawing of during corona virus I think”
Stay safe and healthy
Giuli K. (7) Honduras Necessary things to stop COVID
Stay safe at home with your family!
Sean Mike (10) Kenya
Salma (10) Kuwait “Corona Virus”
Mikhail (7) India “Hope”
I am in my house feeling so sad looking out of the window. The grey sky is to show how I am feeling and the corona virus but through all of this corona virus there is a bright light shining. The bright light which I have made using yellow paper shows hope. The flower is my symbol of hope and life. I am waiting for the hope to come closer to me and once it comes to me my grey sky will turn blue and also I will have enough hope to last all the days until the lockdown stops.
Nannan (8) China ‘Attack Of The Covid-19s’
Covid-19 pandemic made my life miserable. It has changed my life; I couldn’t go out and play for the last four months. Every lesson has to be using a platform called ‘Teamwork.’ Using the internet to take classes wasn’t as fun as before. After the pandemic got a bit better, I could go to other places and play on Sunday, which I’m thankful for, but it isn’t like before. I also heard on the news that thousands of people died because of the pandemic. Let’s hope covid-19 disappears from the surface of the world!
Ariana (4) Indonesia “We’ll get through this”
Every child misses his/her school friends, teachers and being outside freely. In order to make their wishes come true, let’s always wear mask every where we go. We believe that if we can do this together, we will get through this together and defeat the corona virus.
Daniel (9) UK ‘The Dream’
This is my amazing dream…:)
Daniel (7) Honduras “Don’t forget your mask”
You can still play outside, as long as you wear a mask. I loved playing basketball and floor is lava with my brother.
Enara-Fera (3) India “Mask with No Mask”
CoronaVirus goes to the boy without a mask and it will not go to the girl with the mask.
Tomas (8) Honduras “Empty Streets”
The streets are empty because the only was to stay safe is to stay inside your home.
Gabriela (6) Honduras “During Coronavirus”
With the Coronavirus around I want you to be safe.
Navneet (11) India ‘COVID 19 Heroes’
Break the Chain and save life.
Fredrick (9) Kenya
“Always wash your hands with soap and water and wear a face mask all the time”
Triza (9) Kenya
“How to prevent Covid-19”
Adrianna (11) Honduras “The new electronic life”
In my drawing it shows how everything is being done in electronic devices and how we have to take care of our selves
Chantelle Monica (7) Kenya
“Stay Home. Stay Safe”
Gabriel (10) Honduras “Iron Man Fighting Corona”
When you are bored, movies can ispire you during corona.
Armando Diaz (6) Coronavirus
This is how I has seen this time of pandemic.
Sagar (16) Switzerland “Isolated City”
During the Covid-19 outbreak, many of us were inside, unable to leave our homes. This digital piece illustrates the emptiness of one of the main streets in the city in which I live and meet up with friends.
Condollizer (12) Kenya
“Africa versus Corona”
Hind (16) Switzerland “The Mask in the Mirror”
Through this artwork, I wanted to deliver the message that we can use the time in self-isolation during the COVID-19 outbreak as a moment to reflect on certain aspects of our lives that we often take for granted. This will differ for different people, just like everyone’s reflection is different for them. For example, during my time in quarantine, I reflected on how lucky I am to have parents whose jobs have not been affected by this virus, unlike many how have been left unemployed.
My goal was to encourage people to step back and process the severity of this crisis.
Esther (11) UK “Life in lockdown”
A picture to help us remember what it felt like
Liteli (13) Indonesia “Rainbow Ruins”
I made this drawing because I noticed that racism has gone worst in this pandemic. Through my artwork I wanted children younger or even older than me to treat others the way you want to be treated and understand that racism or joking about racism is not okay and it needs to be taught to children at a young age.
Nitya (9) India “Sanitizer Saves the Day!!!”
Stay Home Stay Safe!!!!!!
Eunji-Lee (13) South Korea “Daily Life”
Save a life. This is an artwork that explains our daily life wearing masks everywhere we go.
‘We can survive through this pandemic’.
Amohaa (10) India “I hate mask now”
This drawing is on a girl which is irritated by wearing mask even I get irritated
Aadya (10) India “Covid Holi”
Ritu-Ann (9), India “I wish the world gets colorful like these cats the soonest!”
I want to go outside and play with my cats. But its Pandemic and I am stuck at home. I can only make me happy by painting colorful cats and wishing the world to get its color back the soonest.
Mitchell (11) Kenya
“Stay Home, Stay Safe”
Kate Blessing (7) Kenya
“Let us fight Covid-19”
Adrika (5) India ‘Nature Before and After COVID 19 Lockdown’
Galia (4) Mexico “Resistiremos unidos (Together we will Resist)”
En las dificultades nunca debemos perder la esperanza. (In difficult times we should never lose hope.)
Vinayak (13) India ‘A new light’
Darkness doesn’t stay in life always. There is always a new light as hope.
Sathvika (12) India ‘The-Great-Wave-Beyond-The-Frame’
This drawing depicts the roaring pandemic in the form of The Great Wave Of Hokusai. As the the officials and the front liners try to keep the situation within the frame but in vain, it bursts beyond it which I have portrayed in my art.
Cristina (7) Honduras “The wonder box”
These are the things you will need to get out of my house. A mask, hand sanitizer, alcohol, my phone and my Ipad.
Joshua (12) England “The Big Support”
In Time of suffering turn to Christ.
Isaac (4) England “Universal Love”
Love is all you need
Kate (9) Kenya
“What is Corona virus?”
Evan (8) Kenya
Evan (8) Kenya
Sabrina (10) UK
Amane (14) UK
“What keeps me busy and what is important to me during the lockdown”
Ailya (16) UAE ‘Burst of colour’
Guru (6) UK ‘Boat in sunset’
No traffic, no school run, no morning rush.. It was peaceful, quiet and picturesque. The birds were out chirping. The sun took a deep breath. The morning air was fresh and crisp. No more pollution, no more competition. Only peace, quiet and lots of love.
Monica (10) Honduras “Earth will protect us”
Earth takes care of us, we should take care of it too.
Tashley (7) Kenya
L”et us fight Covid-19″
Levi (5) Brazil ‘Bicycle & Mask’
I want to return to my school and I love riding my bicycle.
Lanaola (9) Nigeria “Once upon a time during Covid-19”
No matter how much you miss physical school, keep doing your art.
Fabiana (10) Honduras “Coronavirus in Honduras”
Let’s end coronavirus together
Chrispine (8) Kenya
“Stay Home, Wash Hands, Stay Safe”
Lynett (6) Kenya
Julio (7) Honduras “Hunted in 2020”
Anything is possible when you try!!
Caroline (15) Kenya
“Knowledge is power”
Very impressive, alot of creativity and originality, l love them
Superb !!! initiative these children are amazing !!