Ever feel like you’re all alone in this world? Well, maybe you are. A video released by Hannah Jacobs takes cute illustrations and combines them with the writing of famed philosopher and writer Alain De Botton, to form a somewhat lovable, somewhat existential animation that’ll make you think.
The Philosoraptor is a modern velociraptor, an existential enquirer of life who ponders life’s greatest mysteries such as ‘If there is a zombie attack in Vegas, does it stay in Vegas?’ or ‘If you killed a clone of yourself, is it suicide or murder?’. It has its origins as a T-shirt design by Sam Smith before shooting to super-meme status with a steady spread that’s been going on for a couple of years now. Quite a hoot.
We really appreciate a good publication, and Shopping Hour in particular because it brings together art, philosophy, poetry and critical theory in a relevant and engaging way, without compromising on visual style. Dealing with some big ideas doesn’t have to be a dry exercise. Shopping Hour is an object you will enjoy holding, looking at […]
London-based graphic designer Genis Carreras takes the reductionist route to explain complex philosophical theories through delightful basic shapes and colours that make our eyes and brains happy.