Artist Who Made ‘Peace for Paris’ Symbol Mocks Our Tech Obsession in New Art Series
Jean Jullien is a French illustrator known for his satiral comics. Aside from that, he’s widely known for creating the “Peace for Paris” symbol after the terrorist attack in Paris last month.
In a series of illustration, Jullien mocks our societies obsession with technology, social media, and smartphones. This series shows just how cut off from real life we’ve become because of the advent of technology.
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