Artist Illustrates Made-Up Characters On Zoom Calls – Design You Trust

Artist Illustrates Made-Up Characters On Zoom Calls

According to Joanne Sarginson, an artist from Liverpool, UK: “A few weeks ago, my friends and I had fun thinking about how various mythical creatures would behave if they were taking part in a Zoom meeting. I liked some of the ideas so much that I decided to draw them—turns out humans aren’t the only ones that struggle to communicate through video conferencing software…”

More: Joanne Sarginson, Instagram, Facebook h/t: boredpanda

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