In today’s era of webcomics and artist making wild illustrations, Alex Solis is one such artist and illustrator whose wild illustrations seems cute in the beginning but serve the reality of this world. Alex Solis is based in Chicago with his wife and two kids. According to Alex Solis, these wild illustrations depicts the harsh truth of the life and his Instagram has more than 220k followers.
Check out some of Alex Solis’s wild illustrations that very well explains us the circle of life.
1.Jessica Unmasked! The real face under the beautiful mask!
2.The seal eating the penguin
3.The sad truth of life. The society doesn’t let the dreams live.
4.Both eating each other
5.The tiger preying on its prey, zebra
6.The boy breaking all the distractions that force it
7.The eagle holding his food to make his living!
8.And now the shark eating the seal!
9.The bear holding his fish!
10.The truth of every single person, today!
11.The society will always pull you back from doing things, it’s up to you what you do!
12.The little bird holding the frog.
13.Owl and the mouse
14.Ironic, isn’t it? The hyena eating the elephant.
15.And the cat eats the bird, the cycle goes on!
16.Frog and the rabbit.
17.The crocodile prey on its prey, the monkey
18.And this! They’re just trying to make a living like us. Making a living to them is finding enough food to eat.
Alex quotes “Most times, the word predator brings to mind an image of snarling teeth and slashing claws. while many predators fit this image, many others do not. Predators come in many sizes and shapes. They can be as tiny as a bug or as large as a polar bear. What does a ladybug eat? You’re right. other animals! What about that beautiful Robin that we welcome spring with? American Robin and worm yes, another predator! Are you getting the idea? Predators are animals that eat other animals. they’re not bad guys. They’re just guys trying to ” make a living ” like you and me. ” making a living ” to them is finding enough food to eat. Are they always successful? No way, life can be tough for predators.”
He is truly an inspiring artist and illustrator who without any much effort explains the true circle of life. He explains why the things that look bad is not always bad, sometimes it’s just the way we look at it.