A Brief Visit to the Local Casino

What is it about casinos that’s so depressing?…….:

slot machines

About Laura Quick

A professional and published London based Illustrator, with a client list including The Guardian, The Independent and AnOther Magazine, Laura set up The Daily Think to showcase her own self initiated work - based on daily life. The things we see, hear and do everyday often from an amusing angle. To make life easier to swallow.
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8 Responses to A Brief Visit to the Local Casino

  1. koehlerjoni says:

    I think Casinos are depressing, too. For me, it’s the little old ladies wandering around aimlessly with their buckets of quarters.


  2. swo8 says:

    I find that too. Casinos are very depressing. Our governments are using them as a endless source of revenue at the expense and to the misery of its people.


  3. marybirdsong says:

    but ya know what’s NOT depressing? the picture you used in this post. who is the artist? i like it.


  4. Adventures In Drawing says:

    I visited a casino with a friend in Macau some years ago and found it unexpectedly depressing and almost seedy. The weird , silent atmosphere made us feel very uncomfortable and oddly ashamed that we should be party to people gambling like this. There was no fun to be had and needless to say we left rather quickly. Love the drawings though!!


  5. mudpilewood says:

    I’ve never been to a casino but from your art work I agree that it looks like a depressing place to spend your time and money.


  6. Nita says:

    I was completely shocked when I went to my brother’s wedding in Vegas. I went up to my room around 8pm, passed a lady chain smoking, pressing buttons. I came down TWELVE HOURS later, and she hadn’t moved an inch.


  7. I like your picture


  8. kathleenbell11 says:

    Casinos are sad places where you see people with gambling addiction and it rips a family apart I can tell you its depressing.


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