Many people are aware that sadness is known as the “silent killer.” You have no idea who has it since it’s undetectable, and you have no idea how long someone has been fighting it because it leaves no marks. At least, not ones that can be seen. That’s why, when a Polish artist opted to use awful surrealism paintings to depict how he battled sadness, the imagery tends to make an impression. At the very least, a lasting impression.
Dawid Planeta saw himself as a guy journeying through the jungle, where all of the animals are immensely overpowering, and he, the man, is a tiny, passing figment in the jungle’s reality, unable to fight back or do anything except keep going. You can enjoy it even if you don’t appreciate or respect it in the same manner that particular enthusiasts do.