The idea that gave birth to the project “#ThingsThatiHear” initially came to this artist while he was visiting an L.A cookware store:
"A young woman was looking at her phone and gave a big sigh, turned to her friend decisively and exclaimed, “He wants to go to Bali. But I say Fiji!” I couldn’t help but laugh. The absurdity of this “first world problem” was too much. From that moment on I started to catch all sorts of real-life conversations, that eventually turned into these illustrations." Said the artist.
The world of “#ThingsThatiHear” is consisted of a bunch of characters we're all very familiar with: Our co-workers who are constantly complaining about "the daily grind". The terrible online dates we've been to and are desperately trying to erase from our memories. The cyberstalkers who are constantly and silently stalking us on Social Media. To put it in a nutshell, they're basically every single one of us whenever we forget that other people are around and that they can hear what we're blubbering about.