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"Nobody Likes Me" by IHeart, Vancouver Why does social media define our worth? Who cares if a bunch of strangers like your post? You don't know them and they don't know you.

Norman Duenas. Symbolism: Monarch Butterfly/MK-Ultra programming, death culture, clockwork, fractured mind, fragmented personality, merging of nature and technology Artist Research

Creative Illustrations by Norman Duenas

Applied art commercial art print illustration by Norman Duenas titled "A Butterfly Effect." I really love the artists combination of nature with the human figure/skull and the depiction of a clock. It gives a great sense of the passage of time.

Hand lettering by Sean Wes. "Life is happening right now – outside your screens."

Hand lettering by Sean Wes. "Life is happening right now – outside your screens." >>>>>>>I read the quote as I look on my screen and keep scrolling on

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25 great illustrations & drawings

The Art of Nick Gentry Stunning floppy disk artworks by Nick Gentry. Floppy Disks Art by Nick Gentry Floppy Disks Art by Nick Gentry Art with Floppy Disks

I like this idea of having peoples faces in frames, but the frames are computer screens and other technology to show the technology of today and the different face behind the screen. Showing that some people lie and pretend to be someone else on the internet. This links to the theme because its showing the growth of technology.

Mixed-Media Installations by Annette Messager. “Mainly known for her installation work, French artist Annette Messager often incorporates photographs, prints and drawing into a final sculptural project.

Influence the World by Sean McCabe, via Behance

Walking through the process of creating a typographic screen print with hand lettering aesthetic.

The natural vs the man made environment

Funny pictures about Nature's Hourglass. Oh, and cool pics about Nature's Hourglass. Also, Nature's Hourglass.

Rubber-Band Portraits by Wes Naman

Rubber-Band Portraits Stretch the Limits of Distortion — And Pain

Rubber Band, Portraits of Musicians’ Faces Distorted and Compressed With Rubber Bands

In a more disturbing fashion, this piece of art recognizes how technology is taking control of people's lives. Like the blood in our veins, the information transmitted through the wires of people's cell phones are becoming one with the very fabric of the individual. Protected by the illusions of practicality, connectivity, and entertainment, technology is parasitically eating away at humanity. As it becomes 'one' with people's lives, it will be more difficult for people to live without it.

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