My only criticism is that the frog reads as facing the wrong direction. Took me about 30 seconds to realize the frog was facing the man. The eyes protrude so far, with heavy creases on the back, and the shadow on the back of the head could be mistaken for a smile. The frogs hands could be read either way. The eyes floating above his hands almost get assigned to the frog itself furthering this misconception until you realize the man is missing his.
If you bring the human eyes forward forward of the frog (as if the human was still looking at the frog despite the eyes floating) and diminished the shadows behind the eyes and head I feel your image would tell it’s story far better.