David 2.0 by RRun ()
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Evolution by technical progress?
Just playing with ideas here (I can say so much: he is an egg head...).
Postworked in Photoshop.
Image Comments (16)
JoeJarrah () 12:43PM | Thu, 30 July 2020
ah ... the phone zombie. a common species alas, frequently seen stepping out in front of cyclists (me ususally) , ignoring social distancing and generally behaving as if the world owes them one...
Personally, I prefer the term smombie, but yes, staring at a little screen in public obviously makes you sexy, rich and admired (the only reason I can think of why so many people do it). On a bad day if I see one coming towards me with it's (?) head burried in a display I just stand still and once they are half a meter away I holler....
mightymysterio () Online Now! 12:53PM | Thu, 30 July 2020
Pretty good social commentary. Reminds me a little of Terry Gilliam's work. There are so many people who are addicted to their smartphones. It really is a sickness.
LyleAryn () Online Now! 1:05PM | Thu, 30 July 2020
Neat. A nice bit of satire of the current human condition. Well done.
I mostly use my phone for communication. I often forget it. It became a necessary anchor after my Mom had her heart attack, though.
FurNose () 1:31AM | Fri, 31 July 2020
Cool idea! On my way with the bicycle halfway through my city (20 min. Ride) I once tried to count all those starring at their Cellphone. When I passed a bus stop at about a third of the way, I had to give up. There where too many to count while cycling. How ever by then I already counted way over 50. It seems like the next generation will be born with these damn devices in their hands… (facepalm).
daggerwilldo () Online Now! 7:50PM | Fri, 31 July 2020
This is a great commentary on what we have become. Not only is the cell phone classic but also having no face is the perfect addition. Very creative and very well done.