Finnish artist Teija Lehto's wonderfully quirky piece of work. Lehto brings this same offbeat sensibility to mundane domestic objects and scenes. For example: cooking pots. Also remember—when you’re looking at the shadows of the sabzi—this is a woodcut print—as in the image was first carved on a block of wood and then transferred to paper.
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