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Go Behind The Scenes with Illustrator Christoph Niemann | National Geographic

Go Behind The Scenes with Illustrator Christoph Niemann | National Geographic



Illustrator Christoph Niemann traveled the Mekong, documenting the experience in his sketchbook.
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Read “Discover the Mekong through colorful illustrations.”
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22 comments

  1. As an illustrator, Christoph Niemann always draws when he travels. What are your thoughts on his creative process?

  2. I like being able to capture natural moments like 2:25 😄

  3. I’m sorry, but it wasn’t clear what he was trying to say with his illustration.

  4. Wow the architecture and design of Cambodia is so beautiful

  5. The woman with her tongue out at 2:25 is the moment for me when it becomes a little off and that's interesting. 🙂

  6. Can someone tell me what's the name of the song/music at the end call ?

  7. Great video, enjoyed your experience because of the way you take it in and turn it around to share with others.

  8. LMAO DID ANY BODY ELSE SEE THE WOMAN STICKING HER TONGUE OUT AT 2:25 OR WAS IT JUST ME?

  9. All this uniformistic insane clancultistic drilling costumes and ballgowners of folks preparing war, and useless ancient horrorrevival on animals and humanbeings also.

  10. They don't count the trillions of useless death of kind, good, normal and healthy animals and humanbeings.
    And the dying of the planet will be as "exponential" , as the lies and terror to animals and humanbeings also.

  11. Sir..SORRY TO TELL YOU BUT everything but you!!!!!
    is exotic there

  12. I have to visit Angkor Wat one day.

  13. Someone I know is from Cambodia.

  14. I need another chapter of Abstract with this guy, it's just really awesome his vision of the world through the illustration.

  15. Drawing the things you see while traveling is a great idea and makes your journey an unforgettable memory! I tried it out about a year ago while I was in Prague, I made a sketch of something interesting I saw – a building, a restaurant etc. – and wrote a little diary entry of what I did that day next to it on the page. If I hadn't done this, I would've probably forgot about most of the little detailed experiences. I hope I can do the same thing when I'll (hopefully!) travel to Japan in a few years! ❤️

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