Satirical NSFW Illustrations Of Today’s Problems By Gunduz Agayev – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Satirical NSFW Illustrations Of Today’s Problems By Gunduz Agayev

This time Gunduz Aghayev (previously featured) tried to show problems of today that are still noticeable after centuries and have not been solved yet.

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The artist focused on the problems of the mass following and on the fact that people tend to not act individually and are easily influenced by masses or figures of power.

Unfortunately, great masses have a devastating rather than a positive characteristic. While wars are on the main headlines of media, we cannot stay conveniently.

More info: Facebook (h/t: boredpanda)

The last Oasis

Miracle travel

Hate

Terror order

Applause

Rescue

Destroying alternative

Execution of Sofia

For The International Day of the Girl Child

Trump’s toy

Wall

Modern Human

Policitial Prisoners

Happy World Press freedom day

Erdogan and his cat

Evolution of terrorist

Virtual patriotizm

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