Even though humanity has progressed so much through history, it pains to say but animal abuse is still a rampant issue even in the 21st century, and we still have poachers and even testing drugs, makeup, and other products on them.
This artist creates illustrations, and those illustrations are not simply art. They have a heavy message behind them – animal abuse.
It’s true that many of us don’t even think about all the ways animals are being mistreated by us, by humanity. So this artist has created a project called “Murder Scene” to shock us back to reality. This art may be uncomfortable for many people, but it’s the sad reality of many critters in this world. Hoping that this art will make us rethink our actions and create a world safe for animals. Many organizations are already working towards that. Research shows that animal abuse strongly connects with abuse against people. The most common animals that are abused are pets, like cats, dogs, and farm animals.
There are many forms animal abuse takes: from hoarding too many animals, breeding them incorrectly, to slaughtering them for fur, horns, and teeth, to even organizing fights and pitting animals against one another.
Children’s imagination combined with their childish skills it can create the funniest but also very cute things. One of them is drawing. I believe we all remember when we were a little how creepy or funny we used to draw houses, airplanes, or animals. We tend to draw a very cute animal only to come out as a weird creature or monstrous.
One IG page that turns unearthly personification drawings into real-life creatures. They are ducks, turtles, birds, elephants, and a lot more.
The Things I Have Drawn Instagram page has nearly 850k followers and it continues to gather other fans they usually state in the comments that they are horrified but yet very intrigued to keep staying on the page.
The Dad behind this famous account has two sons that create unique drawings and he photoshops their and other children’s fun, creative, and goofy doodles to bring them to life.
in one of his interviews, Tom said that “I used to claim that all the animals were real and it took ages to find them and photograph them, although that joke wore thin pretty quickly,”
He also stated that the length of time to make them depends on all sorts of things. Sometimes, some subjects take more time than others, but 10 hours per image sounds right.
He also gets submissions from other kids, and it depends on what is happening o Instagram at that time. Usually, when followers are spiking up they might get up to 50 drawings per week. But when it’s settled down they get a few per day.
Even though his boys are now grown up, eventually their drawings became skills became better. Now they are more sophisticated. But Tom has some old ones stored away ready to be used for his projects.
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