What can this group portrait symbolize? Individual identity shaped by consumerism? A technological future, where there is no limit to what can be learned about a particular individual based on the available record of their interactions with technology? Mind control? Etc. According to the reader-response theory, as a reader/viewer, your choice/impression is the only answer.
Jim Morin's World: 40 Years of Social Commentary from a Pulitzer Prize Winner Cartoonist (Paperback)
Jim Morin's World: 40 Years of Social Commentary from a Pulitzer Prize Winner Cartoonist
Social Commentary on State and Society in Modern Japan (Hardcover)
Social Commentary on State and Society in Modern Japan
Make My Funk The Steamfunk, I Want My Funk Uncut: Steamfunk As Social Commentary -
Eduardo Salles (Mexico City, is advertiser, designer, illustrator, writer and professor at the Miami Ad School. And a professional procrastinator!, he says. Ex Creative Director of Nike, Kit Kat and Red Cross Mexico. He has won awards as div...
How to Make Art With Social Commentary
How to Make Art With Social Commentary | eHow
Satire and Social Commentary Paintings, Paul Kuczynski Art Gallery
Polish illustrator Pawel Kuczynski cleverly uses satire to portray today’s social, political and cultural reality. At first sight, his illustrations might seem funny, but when you look closer, they actually show some serious problems of today’s world.