Artist Illustrates Common Household Items’ Conversations During Quarantine

According to Doodle Bhai: “Have you ever wondered what common household items, which apparently do not have a voice of their own, would talk? Would they discuss and share their feelings amongst themselves? They may be just as elated, frustrated, irritated, or perplexed by this global lockdown/quarantine imposed by most countries, as any ordinary human being.

In this ‘Lockdown conversations’ series, I have attempted to portray the ordeals of common household items in these uncertain and unprecedented times of global quarantine amid COVID-19 scare.”

More: Doodle Bhai, Instagram, Facebook h/t: boredpanda

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