Opinion pieces in national newspapers can often change outlooks, cause arguments and increase perspective. But it's not always just the words that get people thinking. Illustrations have become a huge part of the process, putting a thousand words into one striking image.
Quebec-based creative Sébastien Thibault (opens in new tab) regularly collaborates with The Guardian (opens in new tab), often featuring within its opinion section. This selection of his works is hard-hitting and straight to the point, showcasing a range of complex issues using simple execution.
Within this simplicity lies their effectiveness, with a focus on a single subject, that's as candid as it gets. Take a look at some of our favourites below and head on over to Thibault's Behance page (opens in new tab) to see a wider range of illustrative offerings.
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