"It was all his idea."

An offhand suggestion from her boyfriend of two years coupled with her own lifelong love of comic strips like "Calvin and Hobbes" and "Get Fuzzy" gave 22-year-old Catana Chetwynd the push she needed to start drawing an illustrated series about long-term relationships.

Specifically, her own relationship.

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For illustrator Vladimir Khaetsky and writer Natasha Garbuz, it's the simple things that define love.

For three years, the Russian comic artists captured everyday moments in their marriage, transforming the mundane in to relatable and quirky strips. At times, their love knows no bounds (or personal space).

Morning Cup of Comics. All images via Vladimir Khaetsky, used with permission.

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