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An Illustrator Imagined What Would Things Say If They Could Talk

According to Teo Zirinis: “More than often, I find inspiration in food and objects that surround us in our everyday lives. I wonder what it would be like if they had a voice of their own. What would they say and how would they interact with each other? I brought these silly thoughts to life through my illustrations and here are the results!”

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