Witty Illustrations Capture The Pitfalls And Contradictions Of Contemporary Life

Freelance illustrator Elia Colombo — also known as Gebe — is a gifted artist with a nonconformist perspective, crafting witty and thought-provoking snapshots of our contemporary lives and preoccupations. He’s particularly interested in the effects of schooling on personality and social media on self-perception, and those are just two of the themes that occur and reoccur in his work. Continue reading »

Designer From St. Petersburg Perfectly “Revives” Heroes Of Classical Paintings In A Small Animations With A Modern Twist

Designer Leila Darchieva became famous in the Instagram due to her funny and spectacular creations. She turns famous art works into a small musical animations with a modern twist. Continue reading »

An Instagram Artist Has Turned Real People Into Disney Icons

Instagrammer @iguunii has been blessing the web with her Disney mash-up art. She’s created hundreds of posts with our favorite Disney ladies throughout their relationships. From Prince Eric lovingly holding a pregnant Ariel, to Pocahontas and John lounging on a boat with a glass of champers, it’s easy to see why her Instagram boasts more than 70 thousand followers. If you spent most of your life wondering how the relationships of Disney’s golden girls ended, then the page is definitely worth a look. Continue reading »

Foreigner Living In China Documents Their Funny Shirts

Shuang has been living in China for quite some time and in her Instagram account she provides cultural context for why things in China happen the way they do. Since her Instagram is not exclusively about fashion, we put together this gallery to show the funniest and most absurd outfit choices she has encountered. Continue reading »

Illustrator Re-Designs The Alphabet Using Wes Anderson Characters

‘C’ is for composition.

Las Vegas-based illustrator Abbie Paulhus has created a charming English alphabet poster that’s inspired by iconic filmmaker Wes Anderson. Continue reading »

The Superb Detailed Low Poly Art Of Ben Regimbal

Ben Regimbal has made this fantastic bustling diorama, that is full of life and lots of mini narratives. The stylised art direction and the sheer density makes it a real joy to explore. Regimbal is an art director in South Korea who used to work in the Games industry. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Pepelangelo Turns Pepe The Frog Into Masterpiece Paintings

“Welcome to Pepelangelo – an exclusive place for the oil paintings of Pepe the Frog in the entire world! I am Olga Vishnevsky and I am the artist behind these Pepe paintings.” Continue reading »

Outrageously Long Hair Of The Victorian Era Will Make You Gasp

The Victorian era technically spanned from June 20, 1837, until Queen Victoria’s death on January 22, 1901. This was a rather peaceful time in the United Kingdom, and a romantic one as well, a change from the highly rational Georgian period that preceded it. Continue reading »

Stunning Surreal And Creative Photo Manipulations By Sergio de Lamo

Stunning photo manipulations by Sergio de Lamo, a talented graphic designer, and digital artist based in Madrid, Spain. Sergio received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Designer from Suffolk University, Boston, MA. He shares magnificent edits on his Instagram account. Continue reading »

Stories Hidden In Images: A Designer Has Created Book Covers Made Of Random Stock Photos

Alan Moore, the author of the comic V for Vendetta, noticed once that people tend to imagine their own lives as stories, and they browse them as in a movie – by rewinding to an appropriate moment.

The truth is that we are a narrative genre – we just love to listen and to tell stories. First, we listen to fairy tales read by parents and with time we start looking for new ones in books, comics and movies. We have an irresistible attraction to fictionalization – our minds create stories based on perceived images and thus, reveal our personalities and the power of imagination.

In PIXERS, we experience a boundless number of images and an equal amount of our clients’ stories every day. Sometimes, we get tired of such an overproduction and we try to exercise our imagination by assigning new unexpected meanings to the images that usually only flash in front of our eyes.

Below, you can see the effect of such an experiment: 10 book covers made of random stock photos by our graphic designer, and with fictional plots that I invented myself. Are these books new (imaginative) bestsellers?

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For me, this image is a depiction of loneliness. I’ve imagined an elephant that is the last elephant on the planet after a nuclear disaster. He travels on a cloud of radioactive dust and dreams of meeting a soul mate… The title of this book would be “Atomic Elephant”. Continue reading »

Finally, It’s Here. A Collection Of 50 Outrageous Album Covers Ever. Certainly.

The word “outrageous” has many definitions, some positive and some negative. “Exceeding the limits of what is usual.” “Deficient in propriety or good taste.” “Something that doesn’t make any goddamn sense.” Alright, so we made up one of those, but you get the idea. So what makes a truly outrageous album cover? For our list, we simplified the criteria: It should be something that makes you scratch your head and say, “Huh?” Continue reading »

After This Guy Posted A Photo Of A Giant Rice Wave, People Turned It Into A Hilarious Photoshop Battle

‘Mizutamari Bond’ is a YouTube channel where two Japanese guys upload funny videos, ranging from pranks to urban legends. In one of their recent videos, one of the duo, Tommy, tricks his friend with a sculpture of a giant rice wave in a wok pan. But it didn’t end there – someone uploaded a picture of Tommy with the rice wave and the internet went nuts! Continue reading »

Valentine’s Day Cards For Couples Who Hate Corny Love Crap


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Don’t you just hate the boring, corny Valentine’s day cards you can find in stores? We do. So we spent some time browsing around Etsy to bring together a gallery of Valentine’s day cards that are actually funny. Continue reading »

“When Worlds Collide”: The Strange, Beautiful And Surreal Mash-Up Art Of Igor Skaletsky

Let me take you down to the strange and enticing world of Igor Skaletsky where nothing is really quite what it seems and his art is presented like a dazzling fashion spread for a high end glossy magazine. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Captures Urban City Scenes In Stunning Melancholic Artworks

Meet Andrey Surnov, an artist with unique style, based in Moscow, Russia. Just sit back, relax and enjoy. Continue reading »