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Cartoons About Our Relationship To Facebook Are Clever But Depressing

Illustration for article titled Cartoons About Our Relationship To Facebook Are Clever But Depressing

Does Facebook ever leave you feeling like you're alone in a crowd? Like you're having more of a relationship with a website than the people you're connecting with? Then these illustrations might look uncomfortably familiar.

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Polish cartoonist and illustrator Pawel Kuczynski creates editorial cartoons about the role of Facebook, taking a critical eye to certain aspects of our social media interactions. You can see more of Kuczynski's Facebook cartoons and his other illustrations—and buy prints—at his Pictorem gallery.

Illustration for article titled Cartoons About Our Relationship To Facebook Are Clever But Depressing
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Illustration for article titled Cartoons About Our Relationship To Facebook Are Clever But Depressing
Illustration for article titled Cartoons About Our Relationship To Facebook Are Clever But Depressing
Illustration for article titled Cartoons About Our Relationship To Facebook Are Clever But Depressing
Illustration for article titled Cartoons About Our Relationship To Facebook Are Clever But Depressing
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Illustration for article titled Cartoons About Our Relationship To Facebook Are Clever But Depressing

[Pawel Kuczynski on Pictorem via Twisted Sifter]

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BlueZiggurat
BlueZiggurat

love the confessional..

really, though.. I have more quality conversations here in the io9 comments than I get on my Facebook page .. most of the time. I have a pretty small list of friends and most of us were not, shall I say, "born to the internet".. Its mostly updates on major events, sharing things we are interested in or just keeping track of each other.