Michal Dziekan is a Polish illustrator, art director, and animator working in Warsaw. The majority of his work is hand drawn but colored digitally. His works focuses on caricatures of humans and human lifestyle. A big theme in many of his pieces is our interaction between our culture and our food. As you can see above, a Ronald McDonald-esque clown is giving obese children a hamburger forged from the fires of Hell's kitchen.
His illustrations are funny, yet disturbing, since they reflect the grotesque side of humanity. Overconsumption, obesity, consumerism, stress, pollution, and crime are common subjects in his work. It's his take on modern society and all of it's contradictions and ugliness. I like how his art raises political questions and forces the viewers to see how corrupt our institutions have become, which effects how we live our lives every day.