11 Illustrations That Describe Life In The Office Perfectly – Design You Trust

11 Illustrations That Describe Life In The Office Perfectly


Many of us spend a large part of our lives in the office. And every office has its own tradition and features: the beginning of the day, the lunch rituals, the different relationships we have with our colleagues. However, there are some common situations that almost every office worker faces.

h/t: brightside. Artworks by Anna Syrovatkina.


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