Thursday, 27 September 2012

Tongue-in-Cheek Variations of Evolution's 'March of Progress'

The process of ‘evolution’ is a controversial subject that is regularly debated among academics and scholars, but Paris-based art group Maentis has decided to approach the topic with tongue firmly in cheek.

In their first ever project as a group, they have created a series of illustrations that parodies evolution’s ‘March Of Progress’. The project called ‘99 Steps of Progress’ hilariously pokes fun at the modern man and his relation to his Neanderthal predecessors—questioning man’s progression in the world today.

Maentis has plans to create 99 of these illustrations, so do check out their website for updates. What do you think of the art group’s take on the March of Progress?

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