The sad truth about the modern world
The artist from London Steve Cutts in a series of illustrations and animated films showed how, in his opinion, representatives of modern society look.
One of the illustrations shows a crowd of zombies with mobile phones in their hands. "For humanity, the game is over," - said in the caption.
On the other picture is a rat in a suit caught in a mousetrap. A sticker with the words “Happiness. In this direction ", and instead of cheese in a mousetrap are 100 dollars.
Another drawing is made in black and white style. It depicts office workers, they are indistinguishable from each other, each sitting at his desk. One of them rose and shouted: “I can’t stand it anymore!”, The guards are already running towards him.
Cutts creates caricatures that make fun of modern society. “The madness of mankind is an endless vessel of inspiration,” says the artist.
In addition to drawings, Cutts also presented small cartoons. For example, in what is called “Where are they now?” (Where Are They Now?) He showed how the life of the heroes of the film “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” could have been.The action takes place today, Roger and Jessica Rabbit live in a residential area, eat in cheap eateries and while away the evening drinking alcohol and watching TV. Jessica is very fat, reminiscent of the past only her red dress with sparkles.