Funny And Relatable Simplistic Illustrations With Insightful Humor By Liana Finck – Design You Trust

Funny And Relatable Simplistic Illustrations With Insightful Humor By Liana Finck

Though good-looking details and sharp aesthetics are a plus for illustrations, not having them can be a good thing too. Simplicity in illustration helps to express the idea without any unnecessary distractions or needless clutter and helps us focus on the main message more than the flashy details.

Enter Liana Finck, who’s a master of this style of simplistic illustration. When you look at it, you might think “hey, I could’ve drawn that!” and you’re probably right, but it doesn’t subtract from the fact that they’re very relatable, insightful, funny, quite original, and explore much deeper themes than the illustration might initially suggest. Without further ado, enjoy!

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