Creative Artist Accurately Portrays The Brutality Of Everyday Life

The artist Eduardo Salles is a Mexican-born designer, illustrator and writer. Throughout his career, he has won many accolades for his work including the Walter Reuters Prize for journalism, Cannes Lions for advertising and JuanRulfo Short Story Award for literature.

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Most recently his artwork has gone viral a sit depicts everyday truths that we try to hide from others in a very creative, funny and relatable way. His work can be seen on his website ‘cinismoilustrado.com’.We collected some of his best work and made a list for your viewing pleasure.

1 What you write vs what you feel

Admit it, this was your face at some point when texting someone you didn’t like that much. Due to social pressure or professional needs, we need to be nice to people we don’t really like. Regardless of what we are texting back, our faces don’t really change unless we really like the person we are texting.

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2 How to be happy

Happiness is something we all long for. For normal people, it lasts for a while and is not constant so the artist came up with this best solution to being happy forever. Just be a dog and you will be happy for the rest of your life. The artist even sums up the reasons why dogs are always happy.

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3 Why geniuses fail

This artwork is hard to swallow as it is very true. There are many people who are creative and smart in their own way. They are capable of doing things that others can’t but never get a chance to shine. As we grow up we are supposed to be good at studies and our grades are very important as it decides our future. There are many creative people, who throughout history have failed in their academics but made history in other fields. Unfortunately, many incredible people who fail in their academics lose all faith and hope in themselves.

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Monsters, then vs now

This may be the most relatable image you will see today. As kids, being innocent and not knowing much about how the world worked, we always thought fictional scary monsters were the scariest things ever. But, as we grew up, rejection, job security, unexpected pregnancy, etc became the real scary monsters.

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