Illustrator Adam Ellis Uses Comic Arts To Tackle Relatable Social Issues

By Stephen M

The internet has responded positively to the interesting and relatable comic works by illustrator Adam Ellis. The New York-based artist has become popular on social media for some years now thanks to his artwork about social and trivial life activities. His comics cover areas like world news and popular memes. That aside, he sometimes creates original works in either single shorts or story-based forms. The good news is that his fans and followers accept his crafts and support him by sharing them.

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Adam’s comics are funny, relatable, and easy to understand; hence, his ability to attract many people. Like us, many other websites have featured works of the talented cartoonist. After spending some years with Buzzfeed, he left to become an independent illustrator. Subsequently, he released a collection of autobiographical comics named Super Chill: A Year of Living Anxiously in 2018.

From building to creating

As a young child, Adam built small villages in the woods using rocks and stones and filled them with snail shells and dead bugs. According to him, he usually set the towns he built on fire.

He focuses on social issues like self-esteem issues, seasonal affective disorder, and some everyday topics. During his free time, he watches cult documentaries. His wish is to own a big backyard he can use to raise chickens.

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When you visit his website, you are welcomed with this short message “Greetings, loved ones. I am Adam Ellis and I draw comics while surrounded by magic crystals. I like cats and video games. I’m actually just three toddlers in a trench coat. Amazon wishlist available to hot dads upon request.” Like and follow him on Instagram at adamtots or on the website