Human beings are known for their curiosity, therefore it is not surprising that I have stumbled upon a series of art titled Tiny Confessions. This collection of cute illustrations focuses on just that: little confessions and deeply-seeded inner thoughts of people, animals and even extraterrestrials whom we have always been slightly curious about. What goes on in their heads?
Illustrated by New York-based artist Christopher Rozzi, the Tiny Confessions series features odd characters like a professional wrestler who longingly reveals "I wrestle because I wish to be hugged" and a Brussels Griffon dog that thinks sarcastically, "Surprisingly, I don't enjoy being compared to science fiction characters." Adorably enlightening, I can't seem to get enough of them.
It appears the Rozzi is particular interested in what dogs think as the Tiny Confessions series is dominated by them.
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