Avner Geller and Soft Humour in Philosophy Cartoon

Philosophy (from Greek φιλοσοφία, philosophia, literally “love of wisdom”) is the study of general and fundamental problems concerning matters such as existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language. The term was probably coined by Pythagoras (c. 570–495 BCE). Sometimes we need some actual fact in our daily routine for get insight, so cartoon is one of the best way to digging our empathy and perspective with humour and smile.
Avner Geller is an illustrator and visual development artist in the Animation industry. Much of what Geller depicts will make you laugh.

Drawn in a retro-inspired style, #ThingsThatIHear features people giving relationship advice, lodging complaints, and proving that our life increasingly revolves around apps and social media.
“The conversations reveal moments of public intimacy, hilarious contradictions, and the discomforts of luxury”, Geller tells My Modern Met, “shining a light on just how ridiculous human existence can be in our modern life”. One of our favorite instances demonstrates how even when we’re in nature, we’re on our phones—and it can be totally unnecessary. The illustration features a man snapping a picture from a beautiful lookout point.
Born in the states and raised in Israel, Avner returned to the USA to attend Ringling College of Art and Design in 2007, where he studied the art of animation. With completion of his studies his graduation film Defective Detective (Co-Directed by Stevie Lewis) won the Student Academy Award for the Best Animated Film, as well as numerous other awards at festivals around the world. Avner went on to intern at Pixar Animation Studios. Since then, Avner worked on Henry Selick’s set aside stop motion film The Shadow King.
He currently works as a visual Development Artist at Dreamworks Animation where he worked on Mr. Peabody and Sherman, The Penguins of Madagascar, Trolls and currently Larrikins. Geller now resides in Los Angeles, CA.
Source: My Modern Met, Instagram, Wikipedia

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