30 Thought-Provoking And Honest Illustrations About Our Lives By Stephan Schmitz – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

30 Thought-Provoking And Honest Illustrations About Our Lives By Stephan Schmitz

Society and its issues is a topic often covered and discussed by many, especially artists. They love to portray the problems society has in their creative work and make a statement.

That’s what Stephan Schmitz, a Swiss illustrator, does. He takes pop culture, politics, mental issues, and many other topics often discussed and fought over and turns them into deep and thought-provoking illustrations. Every single one of his drawings has an idea behind it and most will find something that relates to them.

Stephan has been featured on DYT before, here’s part one and part two.

More: Stephan Schmitz, Instagram h/t: boredpanda

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