People like to pretend they believe in some mighty principle or another, but in private their actions sometimes go the opposite way (such as an anti-globalization protester’s secret compulsive shopping).
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I think you are just brilliant and you remind me of Ed Koren from the New Yorker a bit.
Unique and wonderful, as always!
Well said….and drawn. We are surely a nation of hypocrites, huh? LOVE the Che shirt.
this is great. artwise and concept. i see people wearing that shirt all the time and probably don’t understand the cause, they just think its trendy. again, nice job.
Image is all…
Sad but true. And funny! Thanks to your great style.
I love your style! great illo!
I love your style! wonderful watercolor washes, and great illo!
I love it, I know too many people like that. maybe im one of them.
Wicked coool style!! Love it!
wonderfully subervisive, darkly comic style. great work.
Fantastic work yet again. Almost puts me off going to the shops. Almost……
Your style is outrageous, and this is very funny, I guess most of us have our embarrassing little secrets. Beautiful and unique work!
What a great character! And…good commentary:> It’s hard to stay true to our “convictions” when there’s so much temptation around us….
Haha, great work!!
True, true. How ironic right? Love the expression and colours :)
Love this illustration. Fantastic work!
wow..;it’s beautiful!!! love your work and style
wonderful painting. I love yours!!!
hehe. very good. i always appreciate your social commentary – and fantastic paintings to boot!
This rings bells — how true and how sad. Great artwork, though!
So true! In so many instances. I know someone just like this, who touts on and on about anti-consumerism, but will then go get McDonalds for lunch. ARHHH.
I really love your work, and always enjoy seeing who you’ll introduce us to next.
I love your style! Sadly enough your comment and concept are right on.
Great work. I don’t agree wit all of it, but well said.
I’m so glad I accidentally stumbled upon this.
I really ejoy your devastating watercolours…true, the real revolution comes from changing our inner habits…it never happened, yet, we will see…ciao
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