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Hrvatski i svjetski ilustratori na temu koronavirusa rade zbilja fora stvari. Evo ih nekoliko

Educirajte se, ali i nasmijte uz nekoliko prigodnih ilustracija na temu koronavirusa

Hrvatski i svjetski ilustratori, grafički dizajneri i umjetnici zgrabili su svoje najjače oruđe, olovke i krenuli u akciju. Njihovi recentni radovi koje redovito dijele na društvenim mrežama, Instagramu, posvećeni su sada borbi protiv pandemije koronavirusa koji je nemilosrdno zahvatio cijeli svijet.

S obzirom na preporuku da se ostane kod kuće, neki kreativci dobili su tako inspiraciju i motivaciju svoje vještine preusmjeriti da skroz svoj rad možda educiraju javnost te skrenu pažnje na neke bitne stvari vezane uz virus Covid-19.

Naravno, nisu propustili ni dozu humora u svemu tome, odnosno da svoje pratitelje ipak i nasmiju u ovim teškim, neizvjesnim danima. U nastavku vam ih donosimo nekoliko njih, kako onih iz svijeta, tako i nekoliko njih iz Hrvatske.

Mona Chalabi

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If you think you might be sick and you can stay at home, then STAY THE FUCK AT HOME.

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Tisja Kljaković Braić

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#tisjakljakoviconi #majiceoni

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Sara Andreasson

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If you can, please stay at home. We all need to make an effort to help protect the more vulnerable people in our communities and try and break the chain of infection. 🦠 The fact is that you might be carrying the virus without showing any symptoms, so it’s important to minimise contact with others even if you consider yourself healthy. These are difficult times for all of us, but especially for the less fortunate people in our society so it’s time we come together and show some compassion. 🦠 Don’t be selfish, don’t stockpile, stay at home as much as you possibly can, and if you must go out please practice good hygiene and try and keep your distance. 🦠 I’m hopeful that when all this is over, we will have learned something valuable about working together as a community.

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Christoph Niemann

Jean Jullien

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Spot the 7 differences

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Klasja Habjan

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#isolation

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Petra Eriksson

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One good thing with spending so much time at home by yourself is that you really get the chance to set into a slow and more simple way of living, giving your head some extra peace and quiet so that you can dig a little bit deeper into certain things going on inside you. Even as a introverted person who already needs a lot of time for myself I still notice a difference during these last few days if quarantine in Spain. Even though I miss having more face-to-face social interaction it’s interesting to see what happens when you completely need to let go of most of the things you would normally do. Take care of yourselves 💙 try to find things to do at home that gives you peace and pleasure. #yomequedoencasa

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Sara Shakeel

Hana Tintor

Oliver Jeffers

Gemma Correll

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💖 #comics #washyourhands #coronavirusrewardstickers

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