In 10 Yes, But illustrations, the artist captures the irony of everyday situations.

Illustrations: The “Yes, But” illustrations by artist Paul Nudd for the “Yes, But” project show moments in the everyday life of a person and their responses to various situations. Nudd captures the irony of these circumstances in his illustrations with a complete lack of sentimentality. His work is filled with hilarious scenarios that we all can relate to from time-to-time.


This great article on artist Paul Nudd showcases his latest works that take everyday moments and illustrate them in a simple yet humorous manner. There are many things people do during their day to day lives where they are faced with difficult situations and they say these two words to themselves: “yes, but…”


Tijana Petrovic is an artist and illustrator who captures the irony of everyday moments in her “Yes, But” illustrations. She shares the things that happen in our lives with humor and sarcasm. She started doing these “Yes, But” illustrations as an outlet for her creativity. 
They came as a response to how people often say “yes” but they actually mean “no”. Petrovic says that she wanted to show that there are always two sides of a story and people should really think about which one they are on.

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