With a lineup of travel plans ahead, we decided to get a suitcase. A colorful one at that. So the search began. Amazon pages where scrolled up and down. Until something caught our eye. A waddle of colorful penguins. It was love at first sight. So the cash was transferred and the product was bought. It took two days for the penguins to raft to our door. Unpacked and stripped off polythene, the real thing seemed even more pleasing than the photos. With multiple zips, compartments, and small pockets, it’s more than just looks. So we let it rest on a wall, and add some aesthetic beauty to the living room. Amid the pile of stripped covers and the discarded package container was a slip that had information about the suitcase. In this case, about the artist who made the suitcase. Intrigued, we read on. And we learnt that the penguins that rested on our little suitcase were created by Lee Dong Min, a 20-year-old Korean artist with autism spectrum disorder — a condition that affects communication and behavior. The little setback that Min might have conveying his thoughts about penguins is more than compensated for the prodigious brilliance that he demonstrates painting them. Thank you, Min.