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Brutally-Honest Comic Accurately Portrays The Harsh Realities of Modern Day Living

#16 actually makes a good point!

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Truth can be very brutal – and when it comes to Eduardo Salles, an artist from Mexico, he really doesn’t have any plans of holding back.

Salles’ comic-style illustrations accurately capture and depict the harsh realities of living in our modern world. If you will check out his artworks, you will quickly recognize that some of his insights are downright funny while others are a bit sad or tragic. Either way, this guy uses his wits and combines it with his artistic prowess to convey messages that make his audiences think.

Thanks to BoredPanda, we get to appreciate Eduardo’s stuff better because they translated it from Spanish to English.

Go scroll down and see for yourself:

#1. Admit it, this is your facial expression each time.

#1. Admit it, this is your facial expression each time.

#2. The world is full of geniuses who think they are idiots…

#2. The world is full of geniuses who think they are idiots…

#3. A quick guide to lasting happiness.

#3. A quick guide to lasting happiness.

#4. Good point! This actually makes sense.

#4. Good point! This actually makes sense.

#5. Spoiler alert, everyone!

#5. Spoiler alert, everyone!

#6. Scary monsters: Then and now.

#6. Scary monsters: Then and now.

#7. “You are a falure.”

#7. “You are a falure.”

#8. Don’t let society hold you back. Well, sort of!

#8. Don’t let society hold you back. Sort of!

#9. The sad reality of how social media works.

#9. The sad reality of how social media works.

#10. This one’s profoundly hilarious.

#10. This one’s profoundly hilarious.

#11. Word!

#11. Word!

#12. The carnivore, the vegetarian, and the vegan.

#12. The carnivore, the vegetarian, and the vegan.

#13. The Bible through the centuries.

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#14. Annoying icons.

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#15. New strategies.

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#16. A simple definition of life.

#16. A simple definition of life.

#17. Need, want, and have.

#17. Need, want, and have.

#18. Love yourself.

#18. Love yourself.

#19. The tragic life of a Christmas tree.

#19. The tragic life of a Christmas tree.

#20. Brilliant advice from a fortune cookie.

#20. Brilliant advice from a fortune cookie.

In case you loved Eduardo’s humor and are interested to see more drawings, feel free to head over to the CinismoIlustrado website. That is if you can understand Spanish, of course.

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Taiwanese Teacher Stuns Students With Epic Chalkboard Drawing Skills

If I were his student, my jaw would drop every time he did this!

If you have ever taught young people, whether as a parent or as a school teacher, you know how hard it is to keep them interested. Their attention span always seems as short as those of a toddler. You really have to be creative if you want to communicate your thoughts in an effective way.

Well, our hats are off to Chuan-Bin Chung, an awesome teacher from Taiwan who has used his artistic skills to stun his students.

Unlike other teachers who couldn’t even draw a straight line, this guy creates masterpieces with a chalk.

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Harvard Library Houses The Rarest Colors of the World

From pigments created from mummy wrappings to a shade of yellow that can only be acquired from the urine of cows fed exclusively with mango leaves, the Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies has it all.

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The Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies at Harvard Art Museums is not just your average museum - it houses some of the rarest and weirdest pigments ever created. From pigments created from mummy wrappings to a shade of yellow that can only be acquired from the urine of cows fed exclusively with mango leaves, the Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies has it all.

The Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies of the Harvard Art Museums houses some of the rarest and weirdest pigments in the world

The Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies of the Harvard Art Museums houses some of the rarest and weirdest pigments in the world

Established during the turn of the 20th century by former Fogg Art Museum Director Edward Forbes, the pigment collection served as his means to understand how paintings were made. Ultimately his passion led him to travel across the globe and collect samples of different colors in order to preserve and authenticate artworks and paintings. His travels brought him to exotic places like Pompeii and Afghanistan to sophisticated countries like Japan, all with the purpose of collecting samples such as the highly valuable lapis lazuli and the completely bizarre mummy brown, which was extracted from the wrappings of ancient Egyptian mummies.

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80-Year-Old Grandma’s Incredible Age-Defying Transformation, Thanks to Make-Up

You wont believe it’s the same person…

An octogenarian grandmother has been wowing the internet lately after receiving an incredible makeover from her makeup artist granddaughter that transforms her from several levels of drab to Hollywood-style fab.

Eighty-year-old Livia from Croatia looks like your typical super senior, with her face criss-crossed in wrinkles from over half a century of life's experiences.

Typically what you would expect any 80-year-old woman to look like.

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