"Conversations reveal moments of public intimacy, humorous contradictions, and the inconveniences of luxury," Geller said, "highlighting how ridiculous human existence is in our modern lives." One of our favorite examples shows how even when we are naturally, we use our cellphones - and that's completely unnecessary. This illustration shows a man taking photos of a beautiful place. When he positioned to take the perfect photo, an impatient woman was about to leave saying, "You can find better photos on Google.
People say bad things when they feel like they are chatting privately. But for those who hear little by little this random conversation, the exchange can be horrifying, runny, or even really funny. Dreamworks Animation Artist, Avner Geller, visually tells these moments in a series entitled, #ThingsThatIHear. Funny illustrations include what he hears as well as colorful scenes in daily life that are consistent with the content of conversations that were heard before.
Many things that Geller described will make you laugh. Pulled in a retro-inspired style, #ThingsThatIHear presents people who offer relationships, make complaints, and prove that our lives are getting closer and feel closer to applications and social media.
Follow along with #ThingsThatIHear on Geller’s Instagram.
Dreamworks Animation Artist, Avner Geller, revolves around listening to conversations in humorous illustrations.
"Conversations reveal moments of public intimacy, humorous contradictions, and the inconveniences of luxury - decorating how ridiculous human existence is in our modern lives." said Geller.
This one might be the most happening of all: