Artist Daniel Liév Portrays Ambiguity And Irony In His Awesome Artwork
Colombian designer and illustrator Daniel Liév has created this series of illustrations which focus on irony and ambiguity. He believes that illustration is an incredible art form as it speaks to the viewer on so many different levels.
These images show how Liév sees the world and are incredibly thought-provoking. In the first image the text translates as ‘The problem with happiness is that we’re not aware of it when we are happy’. The second says ‘It’s fine to be poor’ and the third states that the world belongs to the living. Take a look at his fantastic artwork and see what it says to you.
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