The world is changing as we know it. We can communicate with someone across the world in a second, thanks to technology. And yet, today we are further apart from each other than ever before, even while physically close by. Modern forms of communication has transformed the way we “connect” with one another. Still, we can argue we are more socially conscious than previous generations. Tomer and Asaf Hanuka are twin brothers and illustrator who love to put the realities of life through their art. Their thought provoking work will make you question whether the life as we know it today is actually better.Do real-life heroes wear capes and tights running around fighting crime? Perhaps, they are the unsung warriors who are there to help anyone and everyone without expecting anything in return.
Climbing up the ladder is not always based on merit but who you know. It may be argued that it doesn’t matter how you get to the top as long as you get there. You may want to tell that to the guy at the bottom.
There’s not always friendliness behind a smile. Some people have mastered the art of showing you a facade of kindness while hurting you in the process.
Sometimes the life we dreamed of takes a painful and dark turn. And in those moments of quiet reflection, it is tempting to ask yourself would you do things the same way given a second chance?
For decades we have viewed multi-tasking as a gift, a talent to brag about. Unfortunately, our attention is divided in multiple places that when it really matters, we are not really there.
Society no longer validates itself by inner satisfaction and accomplishment. It is all about the number of “likes” on social media. The more likes, the more you feel accepted, loved, popular.
In one side of the world, a child is delighted to enjoy a new toy to play with. Unbeknownst to him, children from the other side of the world made the toys, not knowing what a happy childhood looks like.
You may be sitting in close proximity but that does not mean you are present and in the moment. Sometimes the emotional distance feels like it is a galaxy away.