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Florida based doodler, Lauren Konopacki makes crazy yet beautiful illustrations in the subways of the city of New York. She recently made these crazy art designs dipicting the daily lifestyles of people living in a metro.
The artist is giving some prominent messages about life and it is absolutely amazing!
The illustrator has beautifully depicted the daily routine of a common man. The regular things we do and what's been missing from our lives lately.
With more and more advances in technology, we've forgotten that we created technology for reducing the gap between our closed ones and not for creating it.
The prevalent food in today's society is all nutrition-less. Is this good?
Devils or angels? Is our mind becoming more demonic with time or are we turning into angels. Intense thoughts needed!
We meet more people virtually these days. Should things be the way they are?
Everyone seems to find and use bypasses these days? Is the actual path that hard?
The workload has ceased the personal life of people. We work for our family and if they aren't happy, is the hard work really paying off?
In the world of computers and mobile phones, people have forgotten that the actual interaction is among themselves and not with the phones.
Getting everything being served in the plate, the youth has forgotten the sense of achievement which one has when they struggle and accomplish something.
Everyone in the society is concerned about what is happening in the life of someone else. They've forgotten that the real essence of life is in sharing happiness with each other.
Every person without exception takes his/her family for granted at some time or the other, they are busy finding happiness in the virtual worlds.
Nobody is happy with the life they have right now. There is no satisfaction about work or lifestyle. The artist has beautifully presented the human nature in today's world.
A lot of negativity surrounds people at every point. This is not healthy. It's like carrying crap over your head.
The new generation of children knows everything about technology today. They'll learn about apps and surfing much before they learn the basic morals. Is this the right way of raising them up?
Ultimately, it is the happiness that is the true need of a human being. Is the virtual world of the internet giving this to them? Certainly not, even while having a thousand friends on Facebook, people are suffering depression.
Story Source: Monsters Take Over New York City Subway.