Artist Illustrated What Would Happen If Famous Cartoon Characters Fused Together, And Here’s The Result

The Genie of the Lamp x Hellboy

According to Linda Bouderbala: “As a DBZ fan, my brother and I tried a thousand times to make a choreography of the fusion when we were kids… In vain. Continue reading »

Pietro Cataudella Playfully Merges Cartoon Characters With Real World

Italian artist Pietro Cataudella takes his sketchbook everywhere he goes, but his drawings don’t just depict of the places he visits: they become part of the landscape. Continue reading »

Funny And Magnificent Caricature Illustrations By Tiago Hoisel

Tiago Hoisel is a Brazilian digital artist specialized in illustration works, the best known are his caricatures.

Tiago grows on the coasts of a small town on the coast carrying out the typical activities of every child: he plays football, fishing and of course he draws. At the age of 14 he discovered the world of caricatures thanks to Ique, a very famous caricaturist whose works were published in one of the most widespread magazines in Brazil. Continue reading »

Nickelodeon Turned SpongeBob Memes Into The Greatest Toys Ever Made

It’s official. Nickelodeon’s new SpongeBob SquarePants meme figures are the greatest toys ever made. Or, if you prefer, SpoNgEboB MEme FigUReS ArE tHe GrEaTeSt ToYs EvEr MaDe. Continue reading »

“Light & Shadow”: Dreamy Illustrations By Lê Long

Discover The Art of Lê Long, a 2D artist currently Hikergames based in Hanoi, Vietnam. Continue reading »

35 Perfect Reasons To Love New Yorker Cartoons

If you spend any time on Instagram or Facebook, New Yorker Cartoons is a great follow for a daily chuckle/smirk/snort. The single panel comics are a permanent fixture in the magazine as well as online and despite being around well before the Internet, their format works perfectly in today’s endlessly scrolling feeds.

Below you will find 35 of the most loved New Yorker cartoons shared online in the past couple years, enjoy. Continue reading »

Cartoonist’s Unique Take On Modern Life Will Leave You Asking For More

Ever wondered what art reimagined as fish would look like? Or what would cult classics be if they had post-modernist remakes? Most likely not, but a Canadian graphic designer is here to do it for you. John Atkinson, who features his work on his blog site Wrong Hands gives his unique take on everything random and wonderful. Continue reading »

Men Behaving Badly On Saucy Vintage Postcards

For some reason, in the early decades of the 20th century it was a “thing” to send sleazy cartoon postcards while on vacation. Looking through postcards from the 1930s-1950s, you’ll find not as many photographs of tourist locations as you will bawdy cartoons. It’s a fascinating social documentation on public tolerance for this risqué subject matter – much of it would be wildly inappropriate today. Continue reading »

This Artist Created Cartoons That Are Too Relevant To Anyone Who Likes Alcohol, Sex And Being An Idiot

Iamnotanartist_ is an illustrator who creates comics about the stupid things that happen to him. The (not an) artist says the inspiration comes from their nights out with their mates: “Fortunately for me, they are degenerates and are really easy to write about.” From drunk abilities to life’s great mysteries, everyone who likes to have a pint (or five) once in a while will relate. Continue reading »

Stroyboard Artist Marty Cooper Inserts Cartoons Into Real-World Situations

Stroyboard artist Marty Cooper has come up with a fun and clever way to augment and play with his surroundings. By drawing cartoon characters on transparent sheets of plastic, he can insert them into real-life situations around him and make his characters come to life. Continue reading »

Futuristic Cartoons That Will Make You Laugh, Then Cry

Instagram account @futurismcartoons produces weekly cartoon sketches that imagine the everyday life of tomorrow, and it’s hilariously terrifying. Continue reading »

Funny Simple Cartoons By Henry James Garrett

The artist behind these works is Henry James Garrett who writes and draws under the name Drawings of Dogs. Featured below are some of his best cartoons. Continue reading »

Javier Mayoral’s Oddly Seductive Cartoons

It’s difficult to do more than open a website today before you’re faced with a semi-hilarious internet meme, but Javier Mayoral’s small surrealist paintings are easily the best of them all. The artist, who has received no formal training, paints in his spare time when he’s not working as a chef – a fact that makes the sheer quantity of work that he has produced astounding. Over the last three years he has made around 4,600 of these pieces, usually painting at least five a day, which he then sells on eBay. Continue reading »

The Gray Zone: Extraterrestrial Cartoons By Roger L Phillips

A daily comic strip based upon the lives of extraterrestrial aliens commonly known as the “grays”. Phillips’ artistic talent combined with whimsy, tongue-in-cheek humor about extraterrestrials and their ever going mission to abduct cows and humans, never fails to bring a laugh. He uploads the comics to his social media accounts on a daily basis. Check out The Gray Zone! Continue reading »

Stuck In The Real World: Characters From Cartoons And Movies Placed In Real Photos

Fiction characters have their own universe and their own dimension (it used two be two dimensional world but lately computer graphics and animation tend to be 3D more and more often). What would happen if by some bizarre twist of faith these fictional animated characters popped out and appeared in real life. I guess, our life would suddenly become much more interesting and loony. The group of Russian artists combine characters with real life photos. Enjoy! Continue reading »