© Brecht Vandenbroucke
He tries to denounce the greatest evils of our society such as superficial cult but also racism, homophobia, mass immigration, etc.Celia Tholozan 07 June 2016 14:53
Brilio.net - Brecht Vandenbroucke is a Belgian illustrator well known for his satirical drawing style and his collaborations with famous newspapers such as the New York Times.
Influenced by pop culture and inspired by colours, his drawings always make fun of our permanent personal fight to exist in the world, and how we try to find our place, whether it’s on or off-line. Through his work, he explains that he tries to denounce the greatest evils of our society such as superficial cult but also racism, homophobia, mass immigration, etc.
Through a brilliant series of drawings, he denounces the numerous rifts related to the social media and how in somehow we are all addicted to it. Here is a selection of some of his work, much more can be find on its Instagram account.
According to Vandenbroucke’s illustrations, our contemporary way of life is definitely ruled by social media, however it’s only up to us to disconnect and live our lives “off-line”.
1. Defining ourselves through our digital popularity
2. Concerts become another Snapchat moment
3. Multinational company’s domination
4. “Every day we walk a thin line…” as the artist says
5. Current global situation
6. How hashtags became a part of us #LabelGeneration
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