The Fun Illuminations Showing English Idioms and Their Meanings

We know you can know tons of English idioms, but talented artist prefer to use fun illustrations to explain their meanings.

Illuminations Showing English Idioms and Their Meanings - head in the clouds

Roisin Hahessy, an Irish illustrator based in Brazil drew these beautiful and meaningful illustrations inspired by those frequently used English idioms like blue in the face, kick the bucket, hold your horses, head in the clouds, a piece of cake, as cool as a cucumber, and etc. Each illustration features a cute and matching pattern, and the text more explicitly tells you which idiom contains in every illustration.

Illuminations Showing English Idioms and Their Meanings - a storm in a teacup Illuminations Showing English Idioms and Their Meanings - hold your horse Illuminations Showing English Idioms and Their Meanings - Bob's your uncle Illuminations Showing English Idioms and Their Meanings - blue in the face Illuminations Showing English Idioms and Their Meanings - as cool as a cucumber Illuminations Showing English Idioms and Their Meanings - heart in your mouth Illuminations Showing English Idioms and Their Meanings - a piece of cake Illuminations Showing English Idioms and Their Meanings - kick the bucket Illuminations Showing English Idioms and Their Meanings - dead as a doornail

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