Honest Illustrations That Show How Our Lives Look Like Among Phones, Tablets And Notebooks – Design You Trust

Honest Illustrations That Show How Our Lives Look Like Among Phones, Tablets And Notebooks

According to Beatrix Papp: “Hi, I am a designer in visual communication arts. Two years ago I began drawing my cartoon series about people, animals, and technology. We use our phones, tablets, and notebooks everywhere in our lives. I try finding those moments when we can see their ubiquitousness as funny and likable.

Thank you for your reading and I hope you have fun.”

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