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David Olenick Prints Translate What Critters May be Thinking

 - Jan 31, 2013
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Cute and silly, the David Olenick prints give us an idea of what animals and inanimate objects are really thinking.

The adorable penguin is "f*cking freezing," the tipsy wine glass thinks that "you should text him" and the sad fedora is looking for his missing "douchebag." These hilarious speech bubbles and facial expressions given to the personified critters serve to show that not everything is as it seems. Some may think that penguins are cute, but if they could communicate with us, maybe they would turn out to be giant complainers, rainbows might be less cheerful than we expected and dinosaurs could be quite loveable.

No one truly knows what is running through the minds of these uncommunicative things, but with the David Olenick prints, we can at least pretend to understand.