“Orcs Of New York” Is The Brilliant Facebook Parody You Need To Be Following – Design You Trust

“Orcs Of New York” Is The Brilliant Facebook Parody You Need To Be Following

0

Harry Aspinwall cleverly created ‘Orcs of New York’, a parody of the popular “Humans of New York” series.

The hilarious series tells the stories of Orcs who have ended up in the big apple and documents their struggle to fit in. Or as the Facebook page puts it, the series covers “Mordor diaspora in New York, one orc at a time”. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll never see Orcs the same way again. Believe it or not, Orcs struggle with all the same issues we face. You’ll hear stories of Orcs who work weird hours and have recently turned to dating apps. Or actor hopefuls who move to New York to try to give young Orcs back home role models to look up to in popular media.

h/t: sobadsogood

















If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

Unexpected Coincidences On The Streets Of New York That This Russian Photographer Managed To Capture On Camera
Photographer Captured Discarded Disposable Medical Masks And Gloves On The Street
These Breathtaking Photos Of Outer Space Are Probably The Best Photos Captured From The ISS
Photographer Mike Meyers Captures Melancholic Mood Of Chicago In Dark Photos
Abandoned As A Baby Due To Albinism, Xueli Grew Up To Become A Vogue Model
In 1973, Teens Got Stoned In Front Of A Government Photographer
Breathtaking Portraits Reveal The Haunting Beauty Of Russian Ballet Dancers By Irina Yakovleva
The Looking Back On Sony World Photography Awards
The Bride Was Busy During The Pre-Wedding Shoot, So They Had the Groomsman Fill In For Her
Taiwanese Elderly Couple In Their 80 Pose With Clothes Left Behind At Their Laundry Shop
Spectacular Winning Images of The Sony World Photography Award 2022
Venice Beach Roller Skaters: Cruising The Promenade Of LA's Chillest Neighborhood
Winners Of The London Street Photography Festival 2021
Burnouts by Simon Davidson
This is What Photographers Look Like When You Take Away the Camera
Couple Replaced 100 Framed Stock Photos At IKEA With Photos Of Themselves
“Worst Buy” Instagram Account Shows Hilarious Product Parodies
Frozen Landscapes Tell A Winter’s Tale In New Photographs By Kilian Schönberger
Vintage Photos Capture Farewell Scenes At Penn Station In World War II
Czech Photographer Michal Pudelka: Girls, Girls, Girls
Winning Photos Of The 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer Of The Year Contest
Milou van Groesen for W Magazine Korea, May 2012
Animal Lovers Converge on Pet Fair
Japanese Instagrammer Performs Bicycle Tricks On One Wheel