Artist illustrated English Idioms LITERALLY and it’s Hilarious


An idiom is a phrase or an expression that has a figurative, or sometimes literal, meaning like “it’s a piece of cake”, “you can’t put lipstick on a pig”, “Why add fuel to the fire.” Idioms are a clever way to convey emotions and make comparisons. Unlike many of us, artist Keren Rosen of Dings & Doodles imagines them too literally; she puts the true definitions of idioms in a playful ongoing project.

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Keren Rosen has been enamored with drawing since she was 8 years old. She even built wings and tried to fly, but that didn’t pan out well. Therefore, Rosen went to Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, Israel, where she majored in Industrial Design. After the graduation, she joined Fabrica, the Benetton Research and Communication Center in Treviso, Italy. Nowadays, she both works and draws stuff for the internet. Rosen’s artwork has attracted quite an audience on her Social media. Scroll on to see our curated selection of some hilarious photos from her collection and enjoy peeps!

For more info, check out the following links: rosha.ie And
kerenrosen | DingsandDoodles

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