Carry’s Political Drawings and His Dark Sense of Humor

Jim Carrey, the comedian who brought us a lot of joy in his movies and TV shows, has touched so many people with his light-hearted acting and down-to-earth personality. Jim Carrey’s movies list includes blockbuster titles such as The Mask, Ace Ventura, and Dumb and Dumber among others, have left a permanent mark on our society through his portrayals of unforgettable characters that mix humor with moving stories which shed light on some of society’s overlooked and forgotten struggles.    

Where is Jim Carry Now?

In recent years though, Carrey announced his life-long passion for arts in the documentary, I Needed Color, which features his new career as a painter. The social commentary portrayed in his movies have transformed themselves, through his twitter account, to scathing and unforgiving artwork, recently focusing on anti-Trump and anti-establishment tweets and drawings. This move has made his management quite unhappy with him, as they preferred he keeps his social media posts to light-hearted humor that do not threaten his image as a comedian. While the overwhelming majority of his drawings have strong political messages behind them, once in a blue moon, we could find him depicting beautiful scenery or positive messages.

You can find more of his artwork on his Twitter account: @JimCarrey; but nevertheless here is a small sample of his work.

“I really believe in the philosophy that you create your own universe. I’m just trying to create a good one for myself.”

Jim Carrey
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While Carrey does not hold back on his opinions and point of view, his honest portrayal serves as a refreshing take on politics in America; many public entertainment figures could take notes from him on how to deliver candid commentary, and then perhaps we can start noticing a shift in acceptable political rhetoric.

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On the other hand, a few of his

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