(@iamnotanartist/Instagram)

Despite his Instagram handle - @iamnotanartist, this illustrator is by all accounts, a relatable artist.

Also known as Max, from the U.K., he perfectly conveys moments in life that can't be always be articulated but have crossed the threshold of our consciousness at one time or another.


1) Which one are you?



He told Boredpanda readers that his illustrations are depictions of "the stupid things that happen to me."

It seems Max doesn't have to reach far for his inspirations.

"Most of the inspiration for them comes from me and my mates on a night out and fortunately for me, they are degenerates and are really easy to write about."

2) Have you had problems with your name in introductions?



"Chelsea. I'm always called Kelsea 🙄 IM NOT KELSEA" - chelseawyer

3) When Friday night is time to get wild.



"ha! YESS! so freaking true!" - ponderingpopcorn

4) You don't have to be a sommelier to know the difference.


"Tbh I like the taste of cheap wine wayyyyyy better." - chelseawyer

5) What's on your resume?


"How is this not going go more viral, it is high class." - theborisstories

6) Here are four things we just haven't questioned about life.


"The implications here make me curious." - mr.inethical

"Did you seriously think that houses are perfect vacuums?" - mr.inethical

7) You know you're guilty of this.


"Better make sure the jack is plugged into something lol. I've made the mistake of being called out." - myfianceehatesbirds

8) The usual suspects.


9) We can't be bothered with candy wrappers.


"May I have a joke that is 110% British please? Ah yes thank you." - autodidactivism

10) Don't we all want to be headed for Amsterdam?

"I wish I was the one headed to Amsterdam." - doodlealong

11) The reality of growing old.


"throwback to when we used to exercise." - @chealy1992

"This is sooo relevant." - hunngrace


12) Are you going up or down on these stairs of life?


13) There's always one in every bar.


"i think it was all supposed to add up, theyre all steps and bein difficult and rude durin a busy time is the asshole part a it." - seafoam_spirit


iamnotanartistByMax also has his work available on postcards on Etsy.


H/T - Instagram, Boredpanda

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