The Patrick Leger Illustrations Portray the Human Condition

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Oct 28, 2012 • References: patrick-leger & itsnicethat
The colorful cartoon style of the Patrick Leger illustrations depict the human condition.

The artist has managed to interpret the human struggle and demonstrates the various situations that we have to deal with in our daily lives. It may be simple things such as getting dressed in the morning or trying to stay connected with the outside world, or it could be harder things to deal with such as trying to work out and stay in shape or the isolation a student feels in a classroom.

Even though the Patrick Leger illustrations have an old-fashioned feel to them, they are still easy to identify with as they reference today’s culture. There are even depictions of horses and bayonets that could be alluding to the presidential debate. Stats for Culture Critiquing Cartoons Trending: Older & Mild
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