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Food and Everyday Objects Turned into Whimsical Illustrations...





















Food and Everyday Objects Turned into Whimsical Illustrations by „Fantasy Researcher“@ Diego Cusano

Diego Cusano is an Italian graphic designer and musician. 

The project was born when I was looking for a subject for my music video (yes, I grew up between pastels and my piano) as I also write and produce songs. You know, it always comes a certain point when you need to look for a moment to feel like you are out of the world, as in an other reality where to unlearn what you knew so far. That’s the reason why I started and kept on going create these kind of illustrations.

I am and eclectic person who loves to give smiles, trying every day to reinvent myself and escape from the routine.

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