Although some of these illustrations can certainly be considered controversial, all of them inspire us to ask important questions about the society and world we live in.
This is important, because only through asking questions can we ever learn about our problems, and then from there explore potential solutions.
With that said, here are some of the best art illustrations I could find from around the web, captioned with my own interpretation of what their deeper meaning is to me.
Please note, this is not for sensitive viewers.
We’re so blinded by our ignorance and rage, that while we blame each other for our mutual struggles like fools, we’re getting screwed by the same people/Artist Credit: Lubomir Arsov
We are bound by nothing, except belief. Be careful not to imprison yourself/Artist Credit: Unknown
“All I wanna say is that, they don’t really care about us.” /Artist Credit: Unknown
Look deeper, sometimes the most dangerous and toxic people in life come disguised as people that pretend to care/Artist Credit: Luis Quiles
There is no greater currency than time, be careful not to waste it/Artist Credit: Unknown
Don’t let your phone blind you from life and the world around you. Don’t let it turn you into a dumb Ass/Artist credit: Paweł Kuczyński
Perspective…/Artist credit: Larry Torro
Some more perspective…/Artist credit: Larry Torro
Facebook and social media might seem like a nice place to relax in our free time, but beware, beneath the surface there are sharks swimming…/Artist credit: John Holcroft
In spite of overwhelming historical evidence proving powerful elitists engage in child sex abuse, and it occurs in the shadows of every element and class of society, many of us pretend not to see, which is a shameful betrayal of our children/Artist Credit: Lubomir Arsov
The most dangerous ride in the world because psychopaths control it — Safety not guaranteed/Artist credit: John Holcroft
Looks like we finally found Nemo…/Artist Credit: Luis Quiles
What justice for animals would look like if it truly existed/Artist Credit: Unknown
If we don’t make a conscious effort to educate our children, the internet most certainly will/Artist Credit: Gunduz Agayev
“The problem is not that there is a lack of money, food, water, or land. The problem is we’ve given control of these resources to psychopaths.”— Gavin Nasicmento/Artist Credit: Lubomir Arsov
They may appear to be different, but the establishment media are ultimately being steered and controlled by the same force/Artist credit: Paweł Kuczyński
This world will never be saved by arrogant assholes, it can only be saved by those who are made of heart/Artist Credit: Gunduz Agayev
Related Post: 20 Controversial Art illustrations Exposing The Madness Of Our World
Written by Gavin Nascimento, Founder of aNewKindOfHuman.com
Find me also on;