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I Spent A Couple Months Re-Imagining Fruits And Vegetables As Watercolor Characters

I am pretty lucky to live near (probably) the best greengrocer in London, and for the past few years, I have been going over there at least once a week to gaze at the mind-blowing range of beautiful fruits and vegetables. That is what mostly inspired this personal project, and that’s pretty much what it’s all about: I have been picking green foods I found interesting and inspiring, and creating characters based on those. Simple!

It took a couple of months to put this little set together using just watercolor and paper. Hope to continue exploring this idea in the nearest future!

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A curious horned melon

Image credits: Marija Tiurina

A chill purple cabbage

Image credits: Marija Tiurina

An arrogant pomegranate

Image credits: Marija Tiurina

An affectionate watermelon

Image credits: Marija Tiurina

A sceptical fig

Image credits: Marija Tiurina

A loony rambutan

Image credits: Marija Tiurina

An alluring dragon fruit

Image credits: Marija Tiurina

A melancholic lettuce

Image credits: Marija Tiurina

A thoughtful turban squash

Image credits: Marija Tiurina

A concerned pink lettuce and star fruit

Image credits: Marija Tiurina

A sneaky physalis

Image credits: Marija Tiurina



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