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Red Dot Design Award, 2013 Poster category FREEDOM OF SPEECH client: Shu-Te University, Kaohsiung City design: Shu-Te University, Department of Visual Communication Design, Kaohsiung City supervising professor: Chein-Feng Chang graphic design: Pei-Ling Ou Art Et Design, Graphisches Design, Red Dot Design, Creative Design, Design Ideas, Design Projects, Time Design, Modern Design, Graphic Design Posters

Red Dot Design Award

Red Dot Design Award, Product Design, Communication Design, Designwert, Design Value

Satire Humor - What ever the people earn the government just takes from them Pictures With Deep Meaning, Satirical Illustrations, Meaningful Pictures, Frases Humor, Satire Humor, Humor Grafico, Man Vs, Reality Quotes, Political Cartoons

A Nervous Taxpayer | Jokes Journal

Joke: A nervous taxpayer was unhappily conversing with the IRS Tax Auditor who had come to review his records. At one point, the auditor exclaimed ...

Funny pictures about The Great Maze Of Life. Oh, and cool pics about The Great Maze Of Life. Also, The Great Maze Of Life photos. Satire, Satirical Illustrations, Labrynth, Looking For Alaska, Finding Alaska, Arte Obscura, Life And Death, Oeuvre D'art, Maze

Our Problems and Flaws Turned Into Cartoons by Angel Boligan

Art can be used to express powerful ideas and messages, and Cuban cartoonist Angel Boligan's political and social cartoons are a perfect example of just how expressive and critical art can be. His extensive collection of comics provide a scathing commentary on contemporary politics and society. Each comic bears a deep and powerful meaning.

Oeuvre by Pawel Kuczynski Satire, Satirical Illustrations, Art Folder, Social Art, Art Academy, Elephant Love, Beauty Shots, Surreal Art, Funny Art

Pawel Kuczynski, Poland

Explore Center for International Private Enterprise's photos on Flickr. Center for International Private Enterprise has uploaded 1024 photos to Flickr.

65 Satirical Illustrations Show Our Addiction To Technology / Photo Boxed

Our Problems and Flaws Turned Into Cartoons by Angel Boligan

Art can be used to express powerful ideas and messages, and Cuban cartoonist Angel Boligan's political and social cartoons are a perfect example of just how expressive and critical art can be. His extensive collection of comics provide a scathing commentary on contemporary politics and society. Each comic bears a deep and powerful meaning.

Brutally Honest Illustrator Use Satire To Show Us How Society Really Is Satire, Satirical Illustrations, Visual Metaphor, Grafik Design, Social Issues, Pop Art, Street Art, Illustration Art, Creative Illustration

Satirical Illustrations Of Today’s Problems Drawn In The Style Of The 50s

Smoking money away

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UFUNK.net

Une sélection des illustrations satiriques de John Holcroft, un illustrateur anglais basé à Sheffield. Des illustrations vraiment magnifiques qui portent u

Cartoons e caricaturas, por Angel Boligan (Cuba) Satire, My Point Of View, Powerful Images, Humor Grafico, Cool Cartoons, Political Cartoons, Conceptual Art, Illusions, Aurora Sleeping Beauty

Media Tweets by Angel Boligan (@AngelBoligan)

The latest media Tweets from Angel Boligan (@AngelBoligan). CARICATURISTA en el diario mexicano EL UNIVERSAL y diversos medios internacionales. México

These satirical illustrations by John Holcroft say so much about the world we live in. Satire often takes the form of literature but in this case it takes a Caricatures, Dependence On Technology, Sarcastic Pictures, Funny Pictures, Sketch Manga, Satirical Illustrations, Satirical Cartoons, Retro Illustrations, Illustration Art

Satirical Illustrations Of Today’s Problems Drawn In The Style Of The 50s

John Holcroft is a well-known British illustrator who has worked for BBC, Reader's Digest, The Guardian and the Financial Times, among others. However, what makes him famous are not his employers, but the brilliant satire reflected in his illustrations and the retro style he uses to create them.