What better way to shine a light on modern world problems than thought-provoking art?
And an amazing artist by the name of Davide Bonazzi from Bologna, Italy definitely knows that. He is a full-time illustrator, and he has been drawing since he was just a little kid.
In a way, I’ve created illustrations from childhood, from the moment I could hold a pencil. I think inspiration is overrated: the most important thing in order to get good ideas is concentration. Illustrators don’t have time to wait for an inspiration, they have to find it.
The more I rack my brain and stay focused on the subject I have to illustrate, the better ideas I get. This said it’s plenty of things that inspire me in everyday life, especially related to visual arts, films, graphic novels, documentaries, etc.
The thing I like the most is the possibility of drawing all day long, working on thrilling projects and sharpening my skills every day. I feel lucky to have turned my lifelong passion into a real job. I know this may sound strange to many people, but illustration makes me feel alive and happy!
So scroll on below and take a look at some of his incredible work.
#1 Class Action.
#3 Race and human genetics.
#4 Hope for immigrants.
#5 The long road ahead for marriage equality.
#6 Risks of cars.
#7 Leaving a digital trail.
#8 Nuclear fear.
#9 Breaking boundaries.
#10 The long-awaited war.