The Sad Truth About Today's Society Illustrated by Steve Cutts
These are so true.
The Sad Truth About Today's Society Illustrated by Steve Cutts
By blazepress / blazepress.com
Dec 4, 2015

London based illustrator and animator Steve Cutts creates powerful illustrations that perfectly sum up the world we live in today. From people glued to their phones like 'smartphone zombies' to the London commute being descried as a 'rat race' these illustrations are all to true. You can view more of his work here.
 

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