The Credit Trap
While credit can be a protection, usually its a trap, and the system of Credit has learned to capitalize on both sides of the coin.
We all know the scenario of the mouse and the trap baited with cheese. It’s such a simple concept, but extremely effective at catching an unwary victim. Amazingly, this works extremely well on people, and sadly, our intelligence as higher beings does not seem give much advantage against this same scenario. All we need is a rectangular piece of plastic, and some cheese of our own choice (a new TV, some new furniture, etc) and *snap*…you get the picture.
So here it is, a FREE illustration. What a relief — no payments necessary. But there is one thing you can do to compensate, and only if you wish: Give it to everyone. Your fellow businesses, your friends…make it into a bumper sticker…a billboard. I don’t care what you do with it, just make sure everyone sees it. You don’t even have to credit the artist! Click the pictures to see the large scale versions.
While your on the subject, why don’t you see what Wikipedia has to say on the subject: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Predatory_lending
The Credit Trap
Ants just may be the most exceptional creature on the face of this planet! Perhaps I’m biased, because they have always been my favorite insect. One day I’d like to make a perfect 3d model of an ant, complete with every small anatomical detail, hair, etc.
This ant however was rendered just for the sake of making cool illustrations to depict concepts of human society. I hope you enjoy these images. Larger print quality images can be found on http://www.jesterartsillustrations.com/. These are free for web use under the JesterArts Illustrations license agreement.
See also the ant posing test animation below. Its pretty cool.
A little ingenuity goes a long way! Here is an image of the hard working ant escaping his limitations and living his dream to become like his cousin the wasp! With the power of invention, anything can be accomplished!
For more illustrations like this one, see http://www.jesterartsillustrations.com/
This is image is free for your use under the JesterArts user terms.