Get your onomatopoeia fix with some multi-lingual farm animals

I’m a big fan of James Chapman’s work, and it’s not hard to see why – his illustrations are both adorable and educational! 🙂 He has a series called “Soundimals” in which he illustrates various noises in a variety of languages. Visit his website to learn the international sounds for popping, snoring, splashing, and more.

For those of us who work in agriculture in some fashion, I’ve highlighted some of the artist’s animal illustrations below. After all, you never know when you might need to speak to a rooster in Japanese. His depictions of the different dog breeds are just way too cute.

Click on each image to view a larger version.

ChapmanCowChapmanDonkeysChapmanSheepChapmanPigChapmanRoosterChapmanDog

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