These Illustrations Will Layout The Horrific Truths Of Current Society


We are living in a society where is nothing near to perfect.Despite noticing the wrong happening in our present community, we are still unable to solve these issues, and it is increasing with day by day as said that pictures speak louder than words we have some incredible thought-provoking illustrations pinpointing the wrong things happening in our present society.

Say it’s about highlighting obsessions of people with the internet or social media, these illustrations catch our thoughts by their lapels. It highlights our habits and graphically depicts the inevitable cycle of violence that is spreading like a plague in this modern society.No doubt we have made incredible advancements in various sectors of science and technology. While we all enjoy the benefits of contemporary times, it seems that we have lost something valuable along the way. An illustrator and cartoonist from Buenos Aires, Argentina, creates incredible illustrations which are pinpointing the imperfections of our present society.

Al Margen has a fantastic way of saying it brutally through his work.  His work is realistic and thought-provoking. The images are a different representation of “What is Wrong With Today’s Society.”He describes his work: “They are children of boredom, nonconformity or anger. They are the representation of discarded ideas. They are the garbage of the subconscious. But they are more visceral and sincere than other drawings because they have no obligation to please. Because they were born only by an impulse and nothing more. Because they were born to annoy because they show the imperfect.”

1.Self Made

2. Vanity


4. Narcissism in Social Media

5.Think Out Of The Box And Quite The Job

6.Plastic Effect

7. Comtemplating Life

8.Helping Hands


10. The definition of love changed

These are the sad realities of the current society.Do let me know what do you think about it.


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