Tell me what you buy, I'll tell you who you are. This is the motto of Linda Bouderbala, a 31-year-old art director who draws from an early age. "Since I started picking up the pen," he says. Also an illustrator, this pop culture lover likes to revisit the animated heroes of her childhood. In a critique of the exaggerated consumerism of today, the artist decided to portray these characters in a different perspective.
He picked up some of these animated figures and put them in the role of customers on a commercial floor. "I'm sure my favorite characters also have needs and I wondered what they could buy if they went to the supermarket," Linda Bouderbala explains in the caption of one of the photographs, which can be seen in the gallery of images that follows, published on your personal profile on Instagram.
"I wanted to see if, in a consumer society like ours, it would be possible for them to make purchases, like us, with all the products of this mass market available to everyone," he adds. It was from this reflection that the series of illustrations "Supermarket" was born, where we can find some of the most popular animation figures, such as the Miniatures, Catwoman, Mario or Popeye.