Cutts often uses his photos to critique how people are controlled by their phones. Remember, when your phone is taking your for a walk, try to be nice to the other people being walked by their own phones. And since you're not a dog, don't sniff anyone else's butt.
This illustration, called "Gotta Catch 'Em All," came out in July of 2016. It was shortly after the release of Pokemon Go. And a year later, this photo almost seems dated...which goes to show how rapidly things can change,
With the internet at your fingertips, you can Google how to do just about anything. With all that information available, it can sometimes make you feel like you're capable of doing absolutely anything. However, that's not necessarily always the case.
Need to make a quick buck or two? Then you can always shred the earth to squeeze out as much money as possible. Once you're done with earth, don't worry. There's still plenty of other shred-able planets.
If you think money will get you happiness, this is what could happen to you. Ironically, if you think cheese will get you happiness, this probably won't happen to you. Maybe we should all forget about money and start eating more cheese.
Cutts' updated Mona Lisa has a different look, but seems to be missing something in the facial area. But at least she has plenty of things around her face and the rest of her person. Perhaps it all evens out.
A dog would never cut off your scalp, remove your brain, and then steer you around from inside your head. But cats will do it without hesitation. Fortunately, they're adorable enough to get away with it.
Most of Cutts' illustrations are dripping with cynicism, but sometimes there is also hope. Like this drawing called "Make The Best Of What You Have," which shows someone turning trash into a tree. Sure, it's still made out of trash, but at least it's better than no tree at all.