Art that showcases aspects of people's lives in realistic or fantastical settings -- Often seeking to glorify the mundane (though not limited to), "slice of life" art depict day-to-day rhythms or life experiences in ways that are romantic, wholesome, and/or thought-provoking. -- For any Anime fans out there, please note that this is not a traditional "slice of life" sub. The scope we use to define a piece as "slice of life" is wider, and all art, be it Eastern or Western, is welcome :)
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