Spontaneous Art Attack

The Art of Everyday Life

Slavoj Žižek – Illustration

Zizek

This is the face of Slavoj Žižek.

I decided to illustrate his interesting and odd portrait, since I wanted to surprise one of my friends, with a spontaneous present. He is a fun philosopher to listen to, even though sometimes, his views and conclusions are a bit extreme and I don’t agree with them.At times, his aggressive way to present ideas is called for.

I don’t usually make presents in special occasions like birthdays and Christmas, because usually I feel like, at least to some extent, the circumstance is forcing me to be nice and spontaneous. Which misses the point of an honest present altogether.

Me and my friend both liked this big Slovenian, Marxist philosopher, and often imitated his very unique tics of speaking and his extreme hand gestures.

He often brings up atrocities, genocide, racism, and involuntarily binds them with one of his verbal tics, namely “and so on, and so on”, which has the very comical effect of trivializing whatever intensely taboo thing he is talking about.

In case you don’t know him, search some of his videos on YouTube, to see just how interesting and weird he can be. He uses aggressive logics and is being blunt, which is quite enjoyable.

My friend was very glad to receive this gift, everyone at our table was suddenly eyeballing him like some sort of superstar and saying “yes, very nice” every so once in a while.

Since a while has passed, and he has the only one in circulation, I decided to make it available in print for anyone else who wants to buy it as well. You can find the prints of it on my RedBubble page.

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About tudy1311

I am a Graphic Design student who is explorin' the numerous styles and techniques and programs for digital art and visual stuff in general. I enjoy all of it! I like exciting people visually (and mentally every now and again).

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This entry was posted on September 7, 2015 by in Illustration, Typography, Vector.
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