Vegetarianism is finally getting its day in the spotlight thanks to a tongue-in-cheek mural in Spain. The playful mural depicts a group of vegetables surrounding a blender and cheering on their brave peers who choose to climb up a ladder and jump into a blender.
The ode to vegetables was created by Blu, an Italian street artist known for provocative art, who painted a brick wall in the northwestern city of Ordes. The mural was part of the DesordesCreativas festival and can be found on rúa da Reverencia.
Were sure vegetarians are delighted by this display of food art. For more veggie-friendly art, take a look at these incredible vegetable carvings.
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