The Kaleidoscope Collection

As a child, I use to carry a kaleidoscope with me every where. In Chinese, the literal translation of an kaleidoscope means "millions of flowers in a tube." When I came to America and heard what a Kaleidoscope was called and thought it was spelled "collidescope." It made sense, and it gave me a feeling that Americans were humorous people, because it does seem like shapes were shattered when one looked through it. However, after researching the term "kaleidoscope," I realize it derives from Greek terms meaning "observation of beautiful forms." I find that to be very romantic, and thought why not draw something like it. So I crystallized all these work below, to try and discover a new style. Enjoy!