Have your parents ever cut you a bowl of fruit? Perhaps while studying or when friends and family pay a visit? Maybe instead of cakes and ice cream, you were served a bowl of sliced apples? Cutting fruit is an act of love in Asian culture. What other language of love is expressed at home?
Fun Fact! There are over 250+ tropical and sub-tropical fruits.
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Elizabeth is an American artist specializing in graphic design and illustration for the entertainment industry. Originally from Upstate New York, Elizabeth has travelled around the USA over the last 10 years, creating artwork for live events, museum exhibits, and even theme parks! She is currently settled in Los Angeles, where she enjoys hiking, cuddling with her two cats, and soaking up the sunshine. In her spare time, Elizabeth enjoys using her artistic talents to give back to her local community and promote causes she is passionate about. Her most recent projects can be viewed on her website.
Bo Feng Lin is a Chinese German artist from Pforzheim, a small town in Germany. After dropping out of architecture school, he pursued a career in illustration at the Hamburg University of Applied Science. His signature style combines geometric shapes and vibrant colors with the female form. Along with digital art, Bo loves to work with oil and acrylic mediums. He’s currently working as a freelance illustrator on various illustration projects for video games, children's books, and advertisements.
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