The Brutally Honest and Hilarious Drawings Of Chaz Hutton


For London-based designer and illustrator Chaz Hutton, adulthood is grossly overrated. In his depressingly funny and all too real illustrations, Hutton shows us the common annoyances and frustrations in life, like paying the bills, hangovers and underachievement. It’s good to know we’re not alone in this one.

We all know we don’t really have a choice but to man up to the responsibilities of adulthood, so why not we take a break from it all for a while and have a look at these brutally honest and funny graphs by Chaz Hutton that depict the perils of growing up. Enjoy!

1. Accidental Artist

Accidental Artist

2. All day, err’day.

All day, err’day.

3. And the working week never-ending.

And the working week never-ending.

4. Battery Life

Battery Life

5. Budget


6. Cheap flights

Cheap flights.

7. Circle of Life

Circle of Life

8. Dog lovers unite!

Dog lovers unite!

9. Dog thought process.

Dog thought process.

10. Drunk reality vs. actual reality.

Drunk reality vs. actual reality.

11. Finding my friend at the festival.

Finding my friend at the festivel.

12. Furniture.


13. Goldfish thought process.

Goldfish thought process.

14. How every meeting with old friends goes down.

How every meeting with old friends goes down.

15. Happens everytime.

Happens everytime.

16. How every meeting with old friends goes down.

How every meeting with old friends goes down.

17. How to cat.

How to cat

18. Hungover


19. Lilking bands.

Lilking bands.

20. Priorities


21. Rules of Farting

Rules of Farting


22. Shotgun!



23. Small tasks sometimes feel insurmountable.

Small tasks sometimes feel insurmountable.

24. So it’s the ball.

So it's the ball.

25. Sorted.


26. Still hasn’t lost its appeal.

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27. Sunset photos.

Sunst photos.

28. The truth about dogs.

The truth about dogs.

29. There’s this perfect break-down of the morning after.

There’s this perfect break-down of the morning after.

30. This is all of us.

This is all of us