14.12.15 by Staff

How Technology is Taking Over Our Lives Illustrated by Artist Jean Jullien

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Wonderful observational illustrations critiquing our addiction to technology by French artist Jean Jullien. Jullien studied at Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art and is currently based in London. More images below!

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Jean Jullien’s Website

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  • John Hall

    These are awesome!

  • Phil PYRATE

    Very funny





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