French artist Jean Jullien has captured our malaise with the digital world in a series of satirical and thought-provoking illustrations.
The graphic designer likes to use irony, satire and provocative images with cute characters to explain the kind of idiosyncrasies of our digital age. One of his latest projects, “Allo?”, transcribes this discomfort we all feel in one way or another. Based in London these days, the French artist is using (pop) cultural events to show how new technologies have a huge influence in our everyday life.
Jean’s colourful illustrations, which have been used by publications such as The New Review, Liberation and brands like Opening Ceremony, have a bold aesthetic to them, often resulting in wonderfully pithy cartoon creations.