Amusing Satirical Illustrations That Echo Our Behavior On Social Media – Design You Trust

Amusing Satirical Illustrations That Echo Our Behavior On Social Media

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British illustrator Joe Stone (previously) has launched an entertaining collection of comics that aptly depict our behavior on social media. His satirical drawings poke fun at our foolish addiction to Facebook, our true face of emotion when typing messages and the irony of being connected to the world yet feeling alone.

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