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30 Illustrations By Barbara Daniels Showing Our Society If The Roles Of Humans And Animals Were Reversed

There are a lot of weird things that humans do that we’ve simply gotten used to over time. I’m talking about things like massively overcrowded chicken farms, circus animals, dog shows, and so on. But just because these things got normalized, that doesn’t mean we should simply accept them. And if you’re not convinced, artist Barbara Daniels’ illustrations might change your mind.

In her Dominion over Man series, the artist creates eye-opening illustrations that shows our society if the roles of humans and animals were reversed, and suddenly a lot of common human practices no longer look so normal. See some of her shocking illustrations in the gallery below!

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I Combine Photography, Embroidery, Acrylics And Writing To Create Unique And Inspirational Art

Hello everyone! My name is Evisa and I am an author, an artist, and many other things. I found myself struggling with keeping a balance between my love for writing, photography, drawing, and embroidery, so one day I decided to combine it all!

The process from start to finish of each piece is long, as there are several steps in between. Taking the photo, editing it, printing it, then staring at it for days & nights until I visualize the idea. After the initial idea is born I digitally draw it, so I can check if I like it or not and make any additional changes before embroidering it. When I’m pleased with this digital visualization, I then check the materials and the embroidery techniques I’m going to use.

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20 Eye-Opening Illustrations About Today’s Society By John Holcroft

There are numerous things wrong with today’s society, yet somehow we’ve gotten so accustomed to them, we barely even notice them anymore. Wars, global pandemics, government surveillance – it almost seems like it’s the norm nowadays. However, there are still people out there who make sure we don’t forget about all the wrong things that are going on around us – and one of them is artist John Holcroft.

The artist creates satirical and eye-opening illustrations about the modern society and you’ll be surprised by their accuracy. The man has been working as an illustrator since 1996 and his works have been featured in numerous publications, including Telegraph, Guardian, and Times. See a collection of John’s illustrations in the gallery below and if you want more, check out the illustrations by Polish artist Pawel Kuczynski here!

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#1 Illustration About Mental Health At A Time Of Social Isolation

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#2 One Day This Will Be Yours

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#3 Enough Said

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#4 A Piece About The Fight Against Climate Change

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#6 Social Media Can Have A Negative Influence On Teenagers’ Self Esteem, Giving Them A False Impression Of How A Body Should Look

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#7 This Illustration Is Going To Lose Me Some Followers

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#8 Profiting From The Causes Of Climate Change

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#9 Making Money

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#10 Housing Magazine Article About Asylum Seekers Being Evicted And Having The Locks Changed

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#11 Love Hurts

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#12 Climate Emergency And How We Are Dealing With It

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#13 Going Nowhere

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#14 The Cost Of Pharmaceuticals

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#15 Ladder Of Privilege

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#16 Online Fraud

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#18 Illustration About Testing For A Vaccine For Covid 19

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#19 Liar Liar

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#20 Working From Home In Self Isolation

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Polish Artist Creates 79 Surpisingly Accurate Metaphors About Our Modern Society (New Pics)

One clever conceptual illustration can tell more than words ever could. This is the true power of art—no borders or language limitations. Polish artist Pawel Kuczynski offers an honest look into our modern world through his brilliantly intelligent artwork that touches on globally important social, political, and economic issues. By masterfully blending artistic talent, social commentary, and satirical twists, Kuczynski accurately pokes at truths, flaws, and sometimes even ridicule of our everyday life, and it’s some truly delicious food for thought!

We have compiled a list of some of the best thought-provoking illustrations by Pawel Kuczynski—some of them might seem relatable, others controversial or eye-opening, but all deliver strong messages and insights about our lives. For more artwork, check out previous posts on Bored Panda here, here and here.

Do you recognize today‘s society in these illustrations? Let us know in the comments!

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A human i guess 22 hours agoThis is so amazingly well done, it looks cool, but it’s the sad truth. All of that waste…it’s killing our planet

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Kuczynski has been drawing since childhood and enrolled in graphics studies at the Fine Arts Academy in Poznan. He started turning observations into satirical illustrations in 2014, when a friend encouraged him to enter a cartoon competition, and he was hooked immediately. Fast forward to now—the 43-year-old artist has been recognized worldwide and has been honored with more than 140 prizes and distinctions. Ironically, his work that often questions our obsessive relationship with technology and social media has an impressive following of over half a million people on Facebook.

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Harold Summer 23 hours agoOuch. Too true for most of us.

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Ian Taggart 19 hours agoThis represents How I feel about books. They’re the only adventure left in the world.

Kuczynski told Bored Panda that he draws inspiration from his peers and colleagues, as well as the old masters, particularly Caravaggio for his “play of the lights and the shadows.” He applies his skills to create metaphors that are both aesthetically pleasing and mind-boggling. Due to his distinctive style, Kuczynski’s work is often called surrealistic, but the artist describes himself as “a realistic illustrator… of our surreal times.”

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Sterling Wible 2 hours agoThat is a good a funny piece of art.

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Ian Taggart 19 hours agoOMG! What sort of sickopath would do that?

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Harold Summer 23 hours agoOr another orange-faced leader in a suit…

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Born in 1976 in communist-ruled Szczecin, Kuczynski grew up in a dynamically changing environment on the path to independence—from a Soviet regime to resistance. The artist himself admits that he appreciates today’s reality much more, but still holds memories that have taught him the art of critical thinking. Times have changed, but there’s still plenty of absurd material to cover with grotesque illustrations. “I’m not the messenger, I’m just the chronicler of our time,” Kuczynski says.

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Roman DeJesus 23 hours agothis one is powerful

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Queen_Fisher 23 hours agoThe sad truth.

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gracefullikeagazelle 17 hours agoA friend of mine moved into a condo off of busy Sherbrooke St. in Montreal and is amazed that he can still hear birds singing in the morning. It’s a sad comment on the loss of habitat for city-dwelling wild animals.

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To stay in tune with current affairs and trends, Kuczynski turns to web portals and magazines. The artist’s illustrations are a mirror of the world we currently live in. He digs deep to find all the ills of our dystopian society and presents them to us wrapped in a perfectly understandable artistic form. His powerful satire addresses highly relevant environmental problems, political issues and hypocrisy, social injustice, capitalism, war, technological development and its influence, and much more.

“I think these are not only my observations. I’m able to notice them as illustrations—to show them in a universal language, in the picture language, which is understandable to the whole world,” says Kuczynski.

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Ian Taggart 19 hours agoSo true.

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Flare 22 hours agoInternet privacy in a nutshell.

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Queen_Fisher 23 hours agoToo much oil these days. . . This is going to be true soon

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The artist challenges our values and makes us rethink some of the darkest parts of modern living. “I notice the people’s reactions to my drawings…” Kuczynski says. “Very often, they say that I illustrated their feelings.” He says that through his satire, he wants to encourage people to start to think more about their own problems. In the end, we all are a part of what we call a modern world—with its pros and cons.

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Ian Taggart 19 hours ago‘Tis a good way of putting it.

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Bob Connely 14 hours agoAnyone remember the original photo that this is based on?

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If you are into satire with not-so-hidden but definitely thought-provoking meanings, Bored Panda has previously featured incredible artists that are brave enough to bring the world’s deepest problems to the surface in depressingly hilarious ways. Here are some of them: 30 Thought-Provoking Digital Illustrations That Expose The Flaws Of Our Modern Society, Spanish Illustrator Challenges The Minds Of His Audience With 27 Thought-Provoking Illustrations, 101 Thought-Provoking Illustrations By Angel Boligan, Satirical Illustrations Of Today’s Problems By Gunduz Agayev, 64 Satirical Illustrations By The Realist That Will Make You Think.

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Queen_Fisher 23 hours agoThis is sad.

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Haevyn 15 hours agoThis is good.. I see it as immigrants/refugees trying to escape they’re hell but being forced to use their resources/money on just staying alive. Therefore making it impossible to escape.

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Jennifer Gould 21 hours agoTesting on the youth? Passing on bad behavior intentionally and while knowing the harm?

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Sterling Wible 2 hours agoThat would hurt your feet.

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Rred2 6 hours agoCouch potato, waiting to vegetate 🥔🥔🥔

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Iliana Nichols 12 hours agoi’m sorry, but I do love a good steak or ham with rice. It’s delicious.

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Harold Summer 23 hours agoThis should be much higher.

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gracefullikeagazelle 16 hours agoNothing but weeds growing..

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Harold Summer 23 hours agoMan shall not live by bread alone, but by every post on FaceBook.

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Harry B 4 hours agoIt’s not just the media. All commercial interests entice and attack.

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crysta burdick 13 hours agofeeding on the masses

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crysta burdick 13 hours agoI guess even death has an outlet watching our lives slip away

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Terd Fergison 1 day agoFuck the military-industrial complex!

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Jane Doe 4 hours agoI don’t get it, can someone please explain?

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XianJaguar 2 hours agoI don’t know what this picture is trying to say, but I own chickens, and they are FASCINATED with watching videos on my smartphone.

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Spring Fisk 22 hours ago:*-(

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Unhuman_Weirdo 22 hours agoOkay this is funny but, it’s is the sad truth

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FULL_EFFECT 35 minutes agoUmm…ok

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Terd Fergison 1 day ago

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Ian Taggart 19 hours agoThis is the third most urgent issue for the planet. After trees and ocean plastic.

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Joeshar 5 hours agoPeople are anxious about the wasted cost rather than wasted human life

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crysta burdick 13 hours agohomage to the fire hydrant because of water or of water in homage because we are lacking water as the world burns in the background…perfectly fitting

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Ebdu 12 hours agoShe lives on her looks?

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John L 3 hours agoI see this as, commitment is hard work and a team effort.

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Cindy Grizzard 10 hours agoThis should be a “G” for Dr Google

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crysta burdick 13 hours agosomeones up for a breath of air, they actually saw a real star, not a nose in net

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Ian Taggart 18 hours agoThat’s a good thing, right?

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Joeshar 5 hours ago (edited)Strong message here. Accusing who and how it’s been shared; instead of solving the root cause

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ENEDELIA Soto 18 hours agobrainwash respect

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Harold Summer 23 hours agoIronically, both seem to promise happiness.

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Harry B 4 hours agoSometimes you have to make your own excitement? Or through our actions we create our own environmental problems.

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Harold Summer 23 hours agoGo away, you tired, you poor, You huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Deport these, the homeless, tempest-tost from me, I lift my Predator drone beside the golden door!

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European other 6 hours agoLike

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Rred2 6 hours agoThe Grim Reality of Life

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MADELEINE KIMBALL 16 hours agowe are the gardeners/ who plant the seeds of words

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TheCutestDeer 3 hours agothe arctic is slowly melting and it’s by the work of humanity…

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ENEDELIA Soto 18 hours agook…… and also grosssss

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European other 6 hours agoFB keeping us afloat.

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Harold Summer 23 hours agoToo true. We have a hard time leaving the security of our own contrived prisons.

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Matt Du 1 minute agoSoaps have replaced real conversation. If VR and AR becomes as ingrained in society will we ever go; experience anything first hand. Technology is great for bringing people together but we all seem to be getting further apart. Who needs depression, we are already lonely in a room full of people.

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European other 6 hours agoFB has us captive !

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crysta burdick 13 hours agoour relationship to consumption of oil related products: re: plastic bags, car gas, car oil, and the rot ! just soooo sad, he prays to an empty soul-less corporations who don’t give one damn about the pollution and effects on the world, just profits = money, ugh….

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Ian Taggart 18 hours agoComeuppance feels good.

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Flare 22 hours agoToasty!

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MADELEINE KIMBALL 15 hours agooh, how I wish I could/ get away from this safe monotony/and race into the sunset on the blackened sea

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Adouncia Hayes 19 hours agoRapunzel and thats the prince running away

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40 Comics Reveal What Animals Would Say If They Could Talk (New Pics)

 

How many times have you looked at your dog and wondered what the heck is going on in that little mind? How many midnights on Christmas Eve have you spent waiting for that humble ‘meow’ to transform into ‘hey, Dave’? Well, those days are numbered.

Thanks to Jimmy Craig, we now know not only what our pets are thinking, but also what they say to one another. The artist has illustrated all of their communication subtleties for the eye-opening They Can Talk comic series. It turns out that these feline and canine conversations reveal as much about humans as they do about our four-legged friends.

Sit back, relax, and let’s find out the truth you’ve been craving for so many years. Plus, read Bored Panda’s interview with the artist himself on the challenges that come with creating these surreal animal conversations.

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Colin L 1 day agoThe fiends! Raise the alarm!

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Ripley 1 day agoFunnily enough, I had to move my cat out of the way to be able to access the touch pad in order to read this comic . . . although I’m having to type around his feet.

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Bored Panda spoke to the artist himself, Jimmy Craig, in order to find out the source of his seemingly endless inspiration. “I recently got two cats, which explains why I’ve been writing a little more cat comics than usual.“ It turns out that inspirational flow is always in front of him: “When they’re being total psychopaths, the silver lining is that I’ll get a comic idea out of it.”

One of the hardest parts of making the comics has to do with animal expressions. “Sometimes it’s challenging to give the animals recognizable expressions without making them look too human.” Craig adds: “I still try to keep the comic somewhat grounded in reality.”

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Ljdia 1 day agoLOL. This would explain things.

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Lyop 1 day agoLmao!

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Christopher Hughes 1 day agogive bread, receive coin. dark deals.

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The artist believes that our thoughts are much more similar to our pets’ than we’d like to think. “I like to think that animals have similar thoughts as us, so whether I’m thinking about what animals might be saying to each other or imposing my own thoughts on them, there’s some truth in both.”

Jimmy Craig has been working on his They Can Talk project since 2015, but he believes that his drawing has improved over time. “I still keep the backgrounds simple (or non-existent), but I think there’s more consistency in the look and style of the animals.”

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Colin L 1 day agoAh, the stick plant…

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Lyop 1 day agoAaawww!

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For all the They Can Talk fans out there, you’re likely to see more comic scenarios in the near future. “I’m satisfied as long as I’m doing something creative. Thankfully, exposure from the comic has led to other opportunities and I hope it continues to serve as a sort of portfolio for my writing and illustration.”

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Colin L 1 day ago*cuddles ironically*

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Raine Soo 1 day agoI’ve read that cats think that we really are oversized and dim-witted kin.

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Dutch VanZandt 1 day agoSixth feline sense…

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There are millions of species in the world, but only a few of them communicate with language. Usually, their conversations are based on much more basic means of expression—anything from body language to instinctive calls. Moreover, humans are known to have a brain template for acquiring language and it’s crucial in learning multiple languages.

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Lyop 1 day agoHer face!!! Thanks Noah…

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Lyop 1 day agoSo, all I need is a pond with mud and a breathing apparatus. Cool

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Lyop 1 day agoA serious point.

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The crucial question is whether these means of communication could be called accidental or intentional. According to Carl Safina, the author of Beyond Words: What Animals Think and Feel, all species of free-living great apes use gestures to communicate. And these gestures aren’t random. They’re directed at specific individuals who understand them, and they’re used intentionally and flexibly. Meanwhile, he writes, “humans happen to be talkers. Think of the words wasted.”

When you think about it, humans could have been wrong altogether—fewer words don’t mean less communication, and quite on the contrary—too many words are just jabbering without a purpose.

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Lyop 1 day agoThe grass is always greener….

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Diana Eriksson 1 day agoCats not conforming to society’s expectations is exactly what society expects them to do though.

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Lyop 1 day agoSooooo many people can relate to this hahahaha!

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Ljdia 1 day agoExactly! Dog logic.

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Lyop 1 day agoLike your not going to all the same.!

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Elina Kuusisto 1 day agoThey’re actually eating the algae coating the gravel and spitting it back out.

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LittleMissLotus 19 hours agoLook who’s talking lol

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Christopher Hughes 1 day ago“I punch his organs, he gives me head pats, it’s a game we play”

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Lyop 1 day agoOn a serious note though, it’s kinda tragic that these dogs can hardly make it in their own….and it’s our fault.

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Raine Soo 1 day agoI guess no one likes a sour apple.

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Danish Dynomummy 1 day agoBwahaha, the Best!

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Colin L 1 day agoI’ll just stop here and wash my butt. Don’t mind me!

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Marshmallow 1 day agoMy cooking skills in a nutshell

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Pujan Vyas Joshi 1 day agoThat’s deep!

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Pamela24 1 day agoMy mum once accidentally put her hand in between our cat’s paw and ear which the cat was just about to scratch. The claws got reaaallly deep. Ever since then my mum always scratches the cat’s ear very very harshly because apparently, it’s what works. And this cat who taught her that in the first place had only three legs so she had real problems to scratch one of the ears and immensely appreciated it… (Sorry, I got a little carried away…memories…)

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Christopher Hughes 1 day agoThanks. here’s a bread for your help.

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Rowlie 1 day agothe bbq was buzzing

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Christopher Hughes 1 day agooh cool, malarial immunity.

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Colin L 1 day agoAwwwww….. who’s a viscious killer?

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M.J. 1 day agoYes, you are 🙂

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These Artists Illustrated How Downsizing Can Actually Be Good For You

The Woke Salaryman is a comic series started by two friends, Goh Wei Choon and He Ruiming. The two had been friends during their study days but grew apart after graduating. Eventually they reconnected again after becoming colleagues and decided to make the most out of their rekindled friendship by starting the comic series.

In an interview with Bored Panda, the artists said they noticed how many of their peers were recklessly spending their money. “Some of them were in their 30s with very little savings. We found that scary, and wanted to trigger the young folks in our country to better their financial decisions and lives in general,” said the artists. “Along the way, audiences from other countries started to pick up on our page.”

In one of their most recent comics, Goh and He illustrated how downsizing could lead to a better life and the comic is truly eye-opening. Check it out below!

More info: thewokesalaryman.com | Facebook | Instagram

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The artists live in Singapore and say it’s one of the most materialistic and consumeristic on the planet. “Often, people get into meaningless competitions to see who can display more material wealth. This isn’t always good for people’s financial stability,” said the duo. They say they managed to save quite a bit of money by resisting peer pressure and living below their means. “We thought if people could see that doing this had its benefits, they’d be more open to trying this out,” explained the artists.

However, not everyone agreed with the duo’s message









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3D Interior Design Renderings You Won’t Believe Aren’t Real Photographs

Many say it’s old news, but when I discovered that 75% of Ikea’s catalog is computer-generated imagery, I was dumbstruck. I did sincerely believe that achieving that level of pristine beauty and organized life was possible and there were capable people who actually lived it. At least I’m sure I wasn’t the only one being fooled.

Although, it took me hours to select these eye-opening, photo realistic renderings, the result is an ultimate mind trap and the only proof we need to know that we don’t know anything!

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With the Public Hotel, Ian Schrager is Reinventing Luxury Hospitality. Again.

Metropolis asks the legendary hotelier and architect Ascan Mergenthaler of Herzog & de Meuron to break down the details of their new tough luxe hotel in New York.
 

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Ian Schrager is an ideas man.

The hospitality mogul’s sprawling West Village office embodies his frenetic genius: Renderings and design experiments from his projects are tacked onto the walls, hanging alongside well-wishes from celebrity associates over the years. Schrager has written down and laminated some of his epiphanies about innovation, which he references excitedly as he discusses his latest developments.

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