Jean Jullien is a French artist currently living in London. He is up for all sorts of graphics. Here are 10 of his powerful and honest illustrations to show what’s wrong about modern society:
People are so preoccupied with technology. Many of us spend large amount of time and energy consumed usually on smartphones, laptops, and/or Apple products. But do we really get freedom with these things, or we get more attached than ever? Moderation is the key.
Do you think this is a relationship goal? I think not. This is an honest scenario where two people, supposed to be a couple, are so engaged with internet-connected gadgets which may be powering down the relationship.
Everything we do requires time. But sadly, we can’t manage time. We can only manage ourselves. We set priorities because we can’t do everything all at once. It is hard to avoid the fact that we are running out of time. The problem with some people is they depend on “tomorrow”, but “tomorrow” will always have the same amount of time as “today”.
One ultimate misconception about fashion is people need to be always up to date. But frankly, people are not necessarily responsible to always follow the latest trends. Dress what works for you and what makes you feel comfortable about yourself.
FIT, NOT FAT!
Admit it, some people used to judge others based on the looks alone. Stop judging and start realizing: fat people are not always in bad health, same as healthy people are not always in ideal body shape.
Racism is prevalent. It has claimed too many lives. Everybody must be aware: humanity, not skin color, defines us.
Violence is never the answer! You don’t answer violence with violence. There’s no way we could get justice through it.
It’s a shame how people can be this insensitive. People, who prioritize taking pictures or such selfish acts instead of helping other people, are seriously terrifying!
Selfies are everywhere. But hey, what’s wrong with selfie–it’s just a picture?! Actually, there’s nothing wrong with selfies. Not until it happens to some people in social media, and as a part of common social issues, that selfies affect their self esteem and make them feel superior or inferior depending on how society judge them.
Blessed are those who are able to hear; gifted are those who are able to understand. People who do not listen are those you don’t need to share your life with.