Brecht Vandenbroucke Illustrates His Commentaries with Bizarre Art

By: Kyle Towers - Published: Mar 3, 2013 • References: brechtvandenbroucke.blogspot & itsnicethat
Brecht Vandenbroucke's bizarre art series depicts humanities strange behaviors with accuracy and intrigue. I'm not naming any names, but some of us need to look and learn.

The artist has performed these clever societal commentaries with the help of surreal imagery. Brecht has used his creative genius and imagination to actualize such.

My favorite of the bizarre art is of the blind man who is the only one who actually seems to be enjoying the music. He sits on an overturned speaker with a look of serenity. Those with vision are too busy trying to take pictures in an overfilled crowd of people to take the music in the way it is meant to be appreciated. Stats for Surreal Society Satire Sketches Trending: Older & Average
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