Artist Avner Geller Perfectly Illustrates Things He Has Accidentally Overheard – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Artist Avner Geller Perfectly Illustrates Things He Has Accidentally Overheard

People say the funniest things when they think no one is listening. Avner Geller is an artist who works at Dreamworks Animation and often overhears funny and weird things people say to each other.

The Illustrations below are samples of a book project titled “OVERHEARD” (working title) which is a collection of illustrations based on real conversations.

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