5 months ago 5 months agoSocial Media Charity, Me, Pen and Ink, 2017 by Gia Hogan 24598views activism and campaigning, art and design, art for social change, brand values, calendar, calendars, diaries, education and learning, etv2 india, image, intellectual culture and big ideas, mandala art, mixed media, national parliaments, policy and government, raccoon hands facts, schools and universities, social determinants, social justice, social media, social media for business, social media marketing, social sciences, stamps and dies, trash panda painting, vevolution topics activism and campaigning, writing and literatureLike it? Share with your friends! 296 Facebook Twitter296 points 24 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This was posted on by someone.ReplyEnable no good deed to go unnoticed.ReplyI was actually disgusted as I scrolled through one of these entries. Excellent artworkReplyI’m not sure if Mr. YouTube guy has a halo or not, but I’m pretty sure he does.ReplyI assume this is a reasonably accurate portrayal.ReplyI’m not sure if this was intended, but I like the circle in medieval times, and a little irony never hurts.ReplyThere is no such thing as a good deed that goes unnoticed.ReplyI’m sick of hearing that people who care for their social media should be hated. Yeah, they may be bad people, and yes, they may not have done it otherwise…but you know what? I don’t give a damn.I’m glad they did a good deed; I don’t mind if they beg for publicity for it. Stop picking on someone for doing something good, whether it’s for likes or not, there’s enough crap in the world.ReplyWell, it’s easier for them to do a good deed dishonestly than to do nothing at all.ReplyWe live in a community with a s o c I e t y s o c I e t y s o c IReplyI don’t think the homeless man cares if the person who is giving him free food is doing so for social media likes.So, if people want to donate to charity for their own ego or whatever purpose, I am more than happy to accept it.And it makes no difference what the explanation is.Reply“I want to go out totally monetized,” Arin Hanson says.ReplyThis is such a powerful argument, and it is particularly important in the age of social media “influencers.”Even, well-drawn. OP, you did a great job.ReplyIt’s well-drawn, but it’s a littleReplyWhen was the last time you saw art that was subtle?ReplyThe shading in this is awesome! What kind of pens and ink do you use?ReplyThese kinds of takedowns irritate me because, honestly? At the end of the day, even though he was just doing it for the likes, that guy did something positive for the world.It’s fair to condemn charity for the sake of fame, but keep in mind that, unless you’re doing charity yourself, certain types of people are always doing more good than you are, regardless of their motivation.ReplyI dislike these egotistical, ostensibly charitable PoS. Thank you for using art to say it!!ReplyI really like how the social media dude is surrounded by a saintly halo. Nice job!ReplyIs it okay if I take this to?ReplyPeople were eventually supported, regardless of why it was done.If helping others becomes popular and widely advertised, it will become more normal.If we didn’t share information like this, you’d never hear any good news.ReplyI dislike clicktavism so much.ReplyIt’s good as long as they’re doing real charity and not faking it for the camera.ReplyI find some of these the most revolting things to see, and I’m glad to see a mirror held up to those who abuse the needy for their own benefit, such as offering a homeless person $1000 and then making $40,000+ from the film.ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Gia Hogan Internet advocate. Typical food specialist. Student. Zombie expert. Introvert. Alcohol lover. Music evangelist.