These 29 Clever Drawings Will Make You Question Everything Wrong With The World Mind Unleashed

Polish artist Pawel Kuczynski has worked in satirical illustration since 2004, specializing in thought-provoking images that make his audience question their everyday lives. His subjects deal with everything from social media to politics to poverty, and all have a very distinct message if you look closely enough…  



Even if you don’t agree with the messages behind some of these illustrations, it’s impossible not to appreciate the creativity involved in them. Maybe we really do need to start paying more attention to the things we accept as part of our daily reality.

Check out Pawel’s website here!


Credits: Distractify, where this was originally featured.

16 thoughts on “These 29 Clever Drawings Will Make You Question Everything Wrong With The World

  1. Excellent drawings, but they’ll never be popular because some of them require actual thought, and the general public just doesn’t do that.

    They’re very original, but it does look as if the artist received some inspiration from Salvador Dali. My complaint is that the poverty-themed drawings always portray the rich kid as white, and blond, and the poor kid as dark skinned. That’s a popular, but racist misconception that encourages hatred for whites that’s completely unjustified, but it works with the modern lies of the school system and media trends that convince white people that they have some reason to be ashamed of their heritage.

    There are nine times as many poor whites in this country as there are poor blacks, but the popular belief that whites are rich and blacks are poor is part of the media’s false-reality, so the myth persists, and this artist helps to perpetuate it.

    1. I noticed that too Jolly. Couple that myth with tv programming always portraying the white male as an emasculated uncool stupid pencil neck and no wonder some people have no respect for the western European male and his contribution. I did not refer to them as Caucasian as that word in itself is a bit of a misnomer. The Caucasus region is a little too khazarian for my heritage and kind of smacks as another word hijacking by some group who shall remain nameless.

  2. I liked the one where the person is in bondage and he is painting them gold. I call it “Stockholm”

    I also dig the one I call “21st Century Santa”
    Its got chines people dropping junk down chimneys.

  3. I never thought of it before Marist, but why are we white people always said to be caucasian when most of the causasian people are khazarian from which the false jew zionists are derived? I’m not caucasian, my ancestors never came frome the middle east, and I have traced them back to the 1500’s. I won’t let the group remain nameless, it is the zionist a**holes that control the goverment, the media, colleges, courts and banking system. OOOH! I must be a terrorist!

    1. I do believe it is just another way they have assimilated and injected themselves into other races cultures to infect and eventually infected and overthrown from within as they have done throughout the ages, Rod B. They are the Borg. We are all “terrorists” here, I suppose, by current govt standards but I feel all present on FTT wear the badge with pride and not with shame, considering the source of the accusation! 🙂

  4. I like the 4th illustration with one dictator (or statue) being taken down and replaced with another one in a cyclical fashion. So true.

    Anyone have any idea what the 5th illustration with the hook in the bottle means? That’s the only one that stumped me. What am I missing there? Does it mean, drinking the political bait or something?

      1. Eh…that one’s not quite a good one then, if that’s the message or statement that he’s trying to make. But that’s just me. Guess I was just trying to over-think that one.

  5. Great post … I offered this article up at one time about a month ago. So glad you were the one that finally got it posted. 😉
    . . .

    1. Cathleen, Cathleen, Cathleen. Who sends an article in has absolutely nothing to do with whether it goes up or not. And you know it, so why imply otherwise?
      My son is now helping Laura put up articles and operates on his own discretion.

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