If there's one thing that Nadine Redlich's illustrations prove, it's that the German-born artist has a sense of humor. Every sketch appears to have been made in jest, suffused with a playful vibe and taste of magic. In fact, the sketches have a storytelling element to them, as they tend to come across as a little snippet of a broader fictional tale. Having only a fraction of the story in each drawing makes them even more enjoyable.
Furthermore, Redlich's work is the perfect mix of whimsy and hilarity; it brings to mind Roger Hargreaves' 'Mr. Men and Little Miss' children's book series. This comparison seems fitting because Redlich's work brings out the child in all of us. You're never too old to engage in a little bit of irreverent humor.
Next time you're going through a "case of the Monday's," browse through Redlich's work.