Known for his creative personification of inanimate objects, Jason Freely is at it again with this Mr. Potato Head anatomy illustration.
Presenting the interiors of this classic toy, Jason Freely illustrates the seemingly realistic skeletal structure and organs of Mr. Potato Head. With an oversized skull and scrawny arms, even the shrunken bottom portion of his body is portrayed in keeping with the toy's original proportions.
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