Honest Illustrations By Barbara Daniels Showing Our Society If The Roles Of Humans And Animals Were Reversed

There are a lot of weird things that humans do that we’ve simply gotten used to over time. I’m talking about things like massively overcrowded chicken farms, circus animals, dog shows, and so on. But just because these things got normalized, that doesn’t mean we should simply accept them. And if you’re not convinced, artist Barbara Daniels’ illustrations might change your mind.

In her Dominion over Man series, the artist creates eye-opening illustrations that shows our society if the roles of humans and animals were reversed, and suddenly a lot of common human practices no longer look so normal.

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