One popular art trend is to take inanimate objects, food, drink, or non-human characters and anthropomorphize them into human beings. It’s just a fun concept, and sometimes a scary or perverted one, but let’s not talk about that crap. Instead we have an interview with an artist who took soda cans (and the soda inside) as inspiration for creating anthropomorphic versions of them. In this case we aren’t talking about living soda but fashion and personality choices based on the soda itself. It’s pretty cool really.
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