Written by Flynn Matthews
Illustrator Emma Block and jewelry designer Vashi have collaborated to display the language of love visually. There are 6,500 languages in the world, some of which have less than 1,000 people who speak them, and not every expression in one language has a similar word in a different language.
Source: Artist Draws Untranslatable Love Words from Around the World | FreeYork
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