Pawel Kuczynski has a firm grasp of contemporary problems and the reality behind endorsed impressions. The Polish illustrator draws scenarios that juxtapose images that promote one impression with the hard truth beneath that facade.
Some of the images include workers painting over the smog emanating from a factory, evocative of the global effort to glaze over rather than address the increase green house gas emissions.
From an announcer whose words turn into sewage to penguins tied to falling icebergs, Kczynski's illustrations address the issues that society would rather conceal than improve. The majority of these drawings address 21st century problems, crises that are becoming more and more prevalent as current patterns continue to deplete natural resources whilst ignoring the long-term impacts.
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