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Rankin photographs children with 'real' version of imaginary friends

The world has not yet become so overcrowded that children have lost the inclination to squeeze up and make room for an imaginary friend. The invisible companion is reliable in a way that other, more tangible friends often aren't. Mine was called "Mr Nobody" and could be instantly summoned for a notional drubbing at any competitive activity of my choosing. Other imaginary friends, no doubt, offer a sympathetic imaginary ear.

The best friends are imaginary… Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends illustrated by John Hendrix

Foster’s home for imaginary friends concept art - Carol Wyatt

Matt Kaufenberg's Illustration of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

When I was little I ran with my imaginary friends. I called them K.W's short for killer wolves, who were from a different planet here to fight a war with the bad wolves and I was the luck duck who was leader cause they needed a humans help. The battles were epic. <- make a book

Kindness is the light that dissolves all walls between souls, families, and nations. - Paramahansa Yogananda

The best cartoon character to ever be created: Cheese from Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

Jay Fleck - Illustrating the Childhood Imagination. Loch Ness, moon, child, flower and dog