Trivial Things About Life Illustrated 30 ways in Statistical Comics

A visual developer and digital artist who hails from Belgium recently created a series of statistical comics that featured the seemingly insignificant things in life. He has always wanted to draw as a young child, but he pursued a career as an engineer first. Eventually, he became involved in post-production and was doing 3D animation. He loves doing anything that is visually appealing, so he began working on his cartoons again as he did three decades ago.

He finally found his niche last November 2019 when he discovered that he likes to dabble in statistics be it in politics, media, or science, but using cartoons to depict them. He purposefully wanted to shy away from current events, but the recent global pandemic was just too big of an occurrence that he had to draw comics out of the events. He, however, prefers to work on light, witty and absurd topics.

He is inspired by the work of Tom Gauld and is always trying to emulate his work as he looks up to him as a true expert at what he does.

Check out the photo series below showcasing the statistical comics by this artist from Belgium, Europe. You can check out his Instagram and Facebook accounts for more of his work.

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