An Artist Portrays Everyday Life, And His Sense Of Humor Is Quite Unique – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

An Artist Portrays Everyday Life, And His Sense Of Humor Is Quite Unique

Adam Ellis is a graphic designer and author who became internet famous when he shared his series Dear David with his Twitter followers. While many of his themes have a dark undertone, he also creates funny and relatable comics about everyday life situations. He sometimes uses hyperbolic themes and expressions, but without necessarily losing touch with reality. Besides, let’s not forget that there’s nothing more hyperbolic than life itself.

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