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Mr. Potato Head Anatomy by Jason Freeny

HF favorite Jason Freeny (you'll find a 2 foot by 2 foot fold out poster of his work in the upcoming HF Collected Edition Vol. 2 Deluxe Box Set), recently completed his latest work, an in-depth look into the anatomy of one Mr. Potato Head. Med. school students take note: this print is now available on Jason's site and be sure to check out some of our favorite anatomical works by the artist after the jump.

Mr. Potato Head

HF favorite Jason Freeny (you’ll find a 2 foot by 2 foot fold out poster of his work in the upcoming HF Collected Edition Vol. 2 Deluxe Box Set), recently completed his latest work, an in-depth look into the anatomy of one Mr. Potato Head. Med. school students take note: this print is now available on Jason’s site and be sure check out some of our favorite anatomical works by the artist below.

Felis Catus

Gummi Bar

Domo Kun

Gingerbread Man

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