Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally

• Proverbs and sayings around the world, the concept literally and illustrated

In this article you will find a collection of the world's proverbs illustrated literally. Here there is a well-known proverb, which is unparalleled worldwide, and gems of folk thought, unknown to the general reader. The author of the image is the designer James Chapman, has long deceived the transfer to paper language concepts.

In the fruit of the same tree can be a different taste (Chinese proverb)

Meaning: One of the family members of a different character.

Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally

For children Lozhechnik often the worst spoons (Icelandic proverb)

Value: Taking care of others, some forget about their loved ones.

Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally

Bad ballerina skirt prevents (Polish proverb)

Meaning: inept man should not complain about trivial reasons.

Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally

you fall seven times - the foundations of the eighth (Japanese proverb)

Meaning: do not let defeat deter you from forward movement.

Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally

A piece of bread in your pocket is better than a feather in his hat (Swedish Proverb)

Value: The food is more important than fashion.

Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally

A dog bitten by a snake is afraid and sausages (Brazilian proverb)

Value: the victim, you become more cautious.

Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally

The devil always takes back the gifts (Ukrainian proverb) Meaning: Easy come, easy go. Nothing lasts forever.

Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally

A good book is like a good friend (Chinese proverb)

Meaning: A good story will stay with you forever.

Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally

The beard does not make you a philosopher (Italian proverb)

Meaning: Do not judge things by their appearance.

Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally

In the river full of piranhas, even crocodile swims on his back (Brazilian proverb)

Meaning: Everyone should defend their weaknesses.

Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally

The Bear and the hunter never meet in opinion (Norwegian proverb)

Meaning: Some differences can not be solved.

Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally

The skunk does not feel its smell (Thai proverb)

Meaning: People who do wrong, often do not even realize it.

Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally

Good Plowman and goose vspashet (Lithuanian proverb)

Meaning: He who knows his business, to cope with the task, even with bad tools.

Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally

In order to defeat the tiger should be kept calm (Thai proverb)

Meaning: There is no sense to panic in the face of danger.

Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally

Give him a finger - he bite the hand (Italian proverb)

Meaning: Excessive kindness will deprive you of all the advantages.

Proverbs from around the world, understood and illustrated literally