Amusing Illustrations That Share Insights About Everyday Life And Psychology

What if we’re not as bad as we think we are? Is it okay to feel sad or angry? What will your dog bark at next? Do we just imagine all of our problems, or do they really exist?

These, and other questions about life and general existence are tough to answer, but it seems that Grace Miceli has an answer to most of these important and not-so-important questions. And she does it in a way that’s very amusing and sometimes even very funny. I don’t know why, but there’s just something funny about seeing a cereal box with a message of existential horror. Grace sheds a colorful light onto these existential moments in her own unique style and brightens our often grim and anxious modern reality.

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