Artist Illustrates the Possibilities of Life After Death

In a series of colorful drawings, this artist contemplates what happens when we die.

Ramin Nazer is a comedian and cartoonist who has created a brilliant book called After You Die. The book takes readers through several after-death experiences based on different religions, philosophies, and scientific hypotheses.

Combining robots, animals, and rainbow-colored cartoon characters, this compilation of original drawings offers an entertaining and existential mind trip.

Wondering what it all means? Well, you probably won’t find out until you die—and even then, who is “you”? But in the meantime, go support Nazer’s work!

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