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The Rabbit Knows Prints / Anarchy in Ancient Greece

A collection of satirical sketches by the cartoonist The Rabbit knows, from the collection “Anarchy”, which illustrates ancient Greece, its myths and stories, from a humoristic and sarcastic point of view.
Designer : The Rabbit Knows
Price
20,00 €
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Description

Sketches from the collection “Anarchy”, created by the sketch-artist The Rabbit Knows, in which he raises satirical and demystifying points, such as self-awareness, nostalgia, stubbornness and compassion. The “Ancient Greece” category consists of 4 sketches in total, wittily addressing personalities such as Hippocrates, Oedipus, Heraclitus, Icarus and creations such as the Caryatids themselves. 

The Rabbit Knows is a self-taught cartoonist and sketch artist, who creates unique, imaginative sketches with a political, satirical and philosophical content, challenging the stereotypical views of human society. His clever, black humor, may come across as innocent and childish, in the same way as his sketches, but his sharp tongue and controversial points of view stand out and are, in fact, disarming!   


Information/
Signed by the artist. Limited edition.
Poster – A3 size
Designed and printed in Greece
Digital printing on high quality 300g paper
The texts are handwritten in Greek. (except of Anarchy in Nostalgia is available in english version too)

Designs/ 
The texts are in Greek and here is the translation

Αναρχία στον Ιπποκράτη (in Greek)
Anarchy in Hippocrates 
- Doc, are you sure? / Wouldn't take an oath

Αναρχία στον Οιδίποδα (in Greek)
Anarchy in Oedipus:
- Shall I serve us a drink? Mom let go

Αναρχία στον Ίκαρο (in Greek)
Anarchy in Icarus:
- Shall we go a bit higher? - Dad... Stop it.

Αναρχία στις Καρυατιδες (in Greek)
Anarchy in the Caryatids 
 
Αναρχία στην Νοσταλγία (in Greek & English version)

Dimensions/
A3 (29,7 x 42 cm)

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