Comic artists often draw images of real life they've filtered through their own wacky lens, and many become known not only for their artwork but also for their twisted sense of humor.
Moscow based illustrator Anton Gudim shares his strange, silly, and often sarcastic sense of humor via textless panels that poke fun at people stuff, like those silly human traditions we hold dear.
Gudim's panels show us that a comic strip doesn't need words to leave a mark on our brains, and they also prove you don't need spelled out sound effects to know when a character is screaming in pain.
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