As humans, we have become dependent on many modern life luxuries such as modern houses, TVs, cell phones, computers, smart devices, and much more. It's hard to admit to ourselves that many of them we don't really need in our lives and some of these devices we just use once or twice and then forget all about them. Sometimes we just throw them away for the sake of "keeping it simple".
Even though the process of buying another manufactured metallic or plastic good may not look harmful to anyone, well, it actually is... for our environment. As much as we sometimes try to ignore or postpone the fact that our daily life activities and unnecessary purchases are directly attributing to the cause of hundreds of extinctions, climate change, and many other natural disasters, the facts are speaking for themselves.
Eisa Baddour from Syria is a visual and architectural designer based in Milan, Italy, who after visiting many European cities, began to miss nature and moved away from architecture.
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"Human invasion is taking over natural resources. Countries that were once identified by their culture or their natural beauty are seeking recognition for their engineering achievements. The universal system made a huge impact on wildlife and made it impossible for some species to interact with man-made civilization. Humans are the most adaptable creatures on the planet, yet our ego is blinding us from the fact that our actions have great consequences on animals around the globe. It is getting really hard to answer ethical questions nowadays such as: Which is more important? A building or an animal?" Eisa told Bored Panda.
With a project called "Archianimals" the artist wants to raise public awareness and make people think before making another unnecessary purchase or building another building in the place where animals still live. In his illustrations, he shows famous architectural buildings with animals close to these countries to make us question which is more important: a building or an animal?