The master's thesis contains a series of socially critical posters that appear in both analog and digitally animated forms. The illustrations are designed as an author's view, a personal protest, or a critical reflection on injustices and irregularities in today's society. My starting point is the assumption that today's society is increasingly apathetic, unresponsive, unconnected, and values are increasingly broken. I believe that it is necessary to actively draw attention to irregularities in society through design, as public space is oversaturated with commercial content; and designers are unfortunately mostly unaware of the importance of the role of socially critical design. The problems facing today’s society are global, so a commentary through illustration is the perfect way to convey clear messages in all understandable visual language, where the text and the image are integrated. I intend to address current issues using satire and black humor, and the purpose of the series is to arouse social responsibility in the viewer and encourage him to actively participate in sociocultural processes. The messages in the illustrations are clear, minimalist, and unambiguous; they are visual parables that show or highlight the critical ideas of today's society figuratively and explain reality in a satirical way.