The Lockdown Illustrated By Mariano Pascual – Design You Trust

The Lockdown Illustrated By Mariano Pascual

This unprecedented period of lockdown has inspired many artists, including the illustrator Mariano Pascual. The Argentinian visual artist based in Barcelona has translated into images the dark, confused and a little anxiety-provoking feelings caused by the pandemic.

Stocks of toilet paper, remote working and sloppiness behind the closed doors of our homes… Through a series of pop and colorful visuals, the illustrator explores in a surreal and ironic way the chaos that reigns in our interiors, but mostly in our minds.

More: Mariano Pascual, Instagram h/t: fubiz

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