“Yes, But”: An Artist Draws A Series Of Sarcastic Comics That Show How Contradictory Society Is

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Today, we’re going to show you some of the sarcastic comics by Anton Gudi, a famous Russian artist whose series is called “YES, BUT.” Anton knows how to use absurdity, irony, and dark humor to great effect. His drawings perfectly show how silly modern life is and make fun of things that we have come to think of as normal.

Anton Gudim is best known for the weird short comics he posts on Instagram, where he has more than 1 million followers. His new project, “YES, BUT,” has similar themes but a different style. Anton only posts two-panel comics here, which is different from his other projects. But don’t fall for their tricks! Even though these comics are shorter, that doesn’t mean they are less important. The pictures show things like consumerism, how people act, the environment, and a lot more. Anton shows how society is today through the lens of humor and irony. Scroll below and enjoy

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Anton Gudim can’t remember a time when he didn’t draw. But what he does for a living has little or nothing to do with art. Since he was good at math, the artist went to a technical college and got his degree. He then started working as an engineer. Anton had a few jobs in his life, but he always felt like something was missing. Then he realized he wanted to draw again, but “with a better understanding of the world.”

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“I am not trying to do anything.” I’m not going on a “safari” to see people in their natural environment by putting a camera on them. I just live my life, which includes things like going to work and using social networks. As soon as I started working on the “Yes, But” project, I started to see this format everywhere. So I just live and write things down. said Anton Gudi

“Sometimes I go back to work I did 3–4 years ago and make small changes. My drawing skills are getting better, but some ideas have been good for a while. I want to improve how I present some ideas to show I can do better. But some numbers don’t need to be changed after years.”

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