The Art of Hand-Lettering with Stefan Kunz

Hand lettering has become an increasingly popular art form and these creative lettering styles are almost everywhere – whether it’s the logo of your favorite coffee shop, burger restaurants’ chalkboards, the stationery or adverts and wall art, to name just a few. Continue reading »

Artist Justin Main Creates Fantastic Surreal Photo Manipulations

Justin Main is a talented photographer, content creator and graphic designer based in Toronto, Canada. Justin’s work has a fantastic and surreal atmosphere. Continue reading »

“Circle Of Life”: Estonian Agency Creates Stunning Advertising for The National Geographic TV Show

The Nat Geo Wild concept for Africa’s Deadliest TV show is to exemplify the face-to-face aspect of predator versus prey in a creative manner through the circle of life. Visually, they have personified the tension that exists between the two animals through dramatic art. Verbally, they have reinforced this through a consistent headline that sits across all communication. Continue reading »

Artist Created These Illustrations To Show How An Avid Indoorsman Sees The Great Outdoors

According to illustrator David Olenick: “This is what happens when a client requests “outdoorsy” graphics from someone who spends sufficient time indoors to have developed a diagnosed Vitamin D deficiency.” Continue reading »

This Artist From Thailand Creates Incredible Illustrations With Futuristic Details And Fantastic Creatures

Once Tithi Luadthong, an interior illustrator and artist from Thailand, discovered the potential of digital sketching, at that moment, his world changed forever. With a background in analog graphics and watercolor painting, he had forgotten about brushes, ink, and airbrushes. Continue reading »

Vietnamese Tattoo Artist Masks People’s Scars With Beautiful Artworks

A young tattoo artist who goes by the name ‘Ngoc’ on social media has become famous for helping people, especially women hide their scars by inking beautiful artworks over them. Continue reading »

9 Artists Teamed Up To Create Art And Raise Money For Non-Profit Organizations In Hopes Of Raising Awareness Of Important Issues Our Planet Is Facing

Fosila II. Raising awareness for Smithsonian.

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According to Andreas Häggkvist: “Hi, I’m Andy, an artist who has always had a passion for using creativity as a way to make a change, even to the point that I’ve made it my whole life. As long as I have been an artist, each and every artwork I’ve made has told a story and focused on raising awareness about an issue the world is facing. Continue reading »

Twitter Billboards Show How We Coped With the Horrors of 2020 by Tweeting About It

There were 6 million tweets this year about 2020 and how much of a dumpster fire it’s been. With so much material to work with, Twitter is posting some of the funniest and most uplifting 2020 tweets around New York City on billboards, murals and more this week. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Amazing Banana Art Made by Poking and Bruising the Skin, No Ink is Used

The COVID-19 lockdowns have had a very different effect on people. While the boredom made some depressed, it actually helped others discover hidden talents. Take Anna Chojnicka, who started creating adorable banana peel artworks. Continue reading »

Believe It or Not, This Is Not a Cat!

19-year-old artist Haru Otomi certainly has a way with a pencil. The talented illustrator is responsible for some amazing drawings of cats that look so real, you almost want to reach out and pet! Continue reading »

The Funniest Marathon Signs

Whether it’s mile 2 or 22, we all need a pick-me-up at some point in the race. Funny, inspiring, and hilariously awkward signs often provide exactly that. These signs listed below are among the very best we’ve seen – for various reasons. Continue reading »

Saddened By The Empty Streets Of Budapest During Lockdown, This Artist Filled The City With People From Classical Paintings

Pál Szinyei Merse: Lady In Violet

According to Márton Neményi: “Most big cities are affected by the pandemic with several versions of lockdowns and quarantines in place. Budapest is no exception: right now there’s a curfew between 8 pm and 5 am every day. The inner parts of the capital of Hungary had started getting busy this time and now it’s getting empty in a matter of minutes every evening. Continue reading »

Ukrainian Artist Created A Series Of Paintings About Chernobyl, Where She Works

According to Bored Panda member Karina Slizova: “Hello, I want to tell you about my sister, Svetlana Shkurko. She is an artist at night, and during the day, she works at the Chernobyl station. Like many stories, her story is not simple, either. Continue reading »

Pantone Unveils Its 2021 Colors of the Year: Pandemic Gray and Bright Yellow

PANTONE 17-5104 Ultimate Gray + PANTONE 13-0647 Illuminating, two independent colors that highlight how different elements come together to support one another, best express the mood for Pantone Color of the Year 2021. Practical and rock solid but at the same time warming and optimistic, the union of PANTONE 17-5104 Ultimate Gray + PANTONE 13-0647 Illuminating is one of strength and positivity. It is a story of color that encapsulates deeper feelings of thoughtfulness with the promise of something sunny and friendly. Continue reading »

Sprinkler Creates A Frozen Wonderland On This Golf Course After Temperatures Suddenly Drop


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When someone tells you to imagine the perfect winter, the glorious scene of snow-covered hills and gently falling snowflakes likely pops up in your head. After all, the term White Christmas exists for a reason! It’s something we all want to see, especially during the Christmas month. Continue reading »

Funny And Twisted Cartoons by Ben Chen

Ben Chen (previously) is a designer and illustrator from Taiwan. His style is full of pop culture references and twisted, dark humour. Scroll down to see some of his best works! Continue reading »

Banksy’s New Graffiti Appeared in Bristol, at The Beginning of A Street with One of The Steepest Climbs, Reaching 22 Degrees


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A potential Banksy has appeared on Vale Street in Bristol, United Kingdom on December 10, 2020. The elusive artist is from the city and is known for creating new works without anyone catching him in the act. Continue reading »

Brilliant Barcode Designs

Barcodes are so common and frequent that we do not even notice them anymore. From now on, we’re going to be more attentive to them, because it turns out that sometimes they’re quite brilliant and very creative. Continue reading »

This Guy Used AI To Colorize Hollywood Stars Of The Golden Age And Here’s What He Got In Only A Few Seconds

Audrey Hepburn

According to Bored Panda user named Hidrėlėy: “Nowadays, photographers use black and white photography to convey emotion by playing with tones, contrasts, and shadows, but it wasn’t always an option to choose. Color photography brings photographs to life and reveals every little vivid detail that creates a compelling image. Photographers from the past could only convey the world they were living in in black and grey. Have you ever wondered what these photographers saw that very moment? I have. Continue reading »

Meet Gaku Azuma, a Japanese Artist Who Transforms Bodies Into Amazing Ink Paintings

Gaku Azuma is a multimedia artist who has a long relationship with the Japanese art world. He was born to a father who was an ōgi-e (扇絵) artist, which meant that he used traditional paper fans as a canvas for his paintings. Continue reading »

Artist Perfectly Illustrates The Social Issues Of 2020

Decrease In Wildlife Deaths
An editorial illustration about the massive decline in wildlife deaths on roads due to people staying home and traveling less during the coronavirus pandemic.

According to Iggdeh, an artist based in US: “I just started making illustrations at the end of 2019, actually. When I published my first illustration a few months later, it kind of lit a spark inside me that said “maybe this can be more than just a hobby.” You see, I’m actually a writer by profession and “iggdeh” is my artist pseudonym. I’ve always been attracted to editorial & political art and I always wanted to get into it, but there was never enough time, or so I thought. Continue reading »

Last-Minute Christmas Gift Ideas in Hilarious Illustrations by John Atkinson

Featured below is a list of brilliant last-minute budget-friendly gift ideas by John Atkinson. I hope some of these will save your Christmas! Continue reading »

Artist Continues to Create Illustrations Show What Famous Characters Would Buy at The Supermarket

According to an artist Linda Bouderbala (previously): “I have already shared with you some of my work showing what famous characters would buy at the supermarket—check out my post here. Here come a bunch of new customers with their own needs! Continue reading »

“100 Grumpy Animals”: Artist Draws a Grumpy Animal For Each Day of 2020

The artist who goes by the name Beast Flaps on Instagram decided to draw one grumpy animal each day this year, and 2020 has given us plenty of reasons to be grumpy, so we can relate. Continue reading »

Sea Monkeys, X-Ray Specs, and the Twisted Secret Behind Vintage Ads from American Comic Books

American comics first came to Glasgow as ships’ ballast. In the sixties it seemed every other corner shop had a stash of these glossy-covered comics displayed on carousels or placed beside their tamer British counterparts like Beano, Topper, or Dandy. With comics like Thor, Hulk, Superman and co. it was difficult to keep collecting consecutive numbers as it was pot luck as to what arrived in the shop every month. Continue reading »