A couple of years ago, we shared a publication with you about a talented Chinese artist Tango Gao (also known as Shanghai Tango) who creates thought-provoking yet still light and fun illustrations without using words.
If you fancy visual and intellectual humor, you don’t need to look anywhere further because you are up for a treat! Tango, whose real name is Gao Youjun, did not stop creating witty illustrations since the last time we wrote about them here on Bored Panda. No, Tango is back with a sequel to his art which is both simple and minimalistic, yet profound in the message it sends.
Tango began creating these illustrations back in 2010 when prompted by a friend, he decided to develop a habit of drawing daily (that’s an excellent habit to pick up). Now, he delights his 108,000 followers on Instagram with light-hearted and sometimes challenging illustrations on daily basis.
Scroll down the page and see for yourself!
Pets are always there for us, especially when it comes to putting smiles on our faces.
You can become whatever you want in life.
“Excuse me, may I see your baby?”
New Year’s resolution for 2019: let’s ditch the bra.
Possibly, a new idea for a SnapChat filter?
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A love letter written in hundreds of heartbeats.
Mood rings are so last year. Meet mood mustache. Perfectly edible as well.
That moment when someones tries to insult you, but you have achieved an excellent ability to deflect all things negative.
Despite the friendly smile that this polar bear wears, we would say the illustration definitely falls outside of the light-heartedness spectrum. Time’s ticking, what are your thoughts?
New Year’s resolution #584.
Who knew that music played by accordion could be so tear-jerking?
All that matters is perspective!
No one wants to be the third wheel. Certainly not on Valentine’s day…
This leaf will definitely go places.
“Get a tattoo that means something to you” doesn’t quite have the same ring here…
One cigarette a day keeps the doctor away. Or how does that saying go?
“In the beginning, God created the sky and the land.”
Pareidolia: seeing faces in unusual places.