According to an artists: “Hi Everyone! Our names are Karla and Fabricio and we are Lisbon, Portugal-based creatives behind the Rebordação Handmade Embroidery project. Through our creative embroidery hoop art, our mission is to create “embroideries to make your day a little happier and funny.” From Van Gogh to Britney Spears, many well-known figures are represented in our work.” Continue reading »
Honest Illustrations By Barbara Daniels Showing Our Society If The Roles Of Humans And Animals Were Reversed
There are a lot of weird things that humans do that we’ve simply gotten used to over time. I’m talking about things like massively overcrowded chicken farms, circus animals, dog shows, and so on. But just because these things got normalized, that doesn’t mean we should simply accept them. And if you’re not convinced, artist Barbara Daniels’ illustrations might change your mind. Continue reading »
“Why does this always happen to me?” we like to ask this question even after the tiniest mishaps and disappointments. Well, it doesn’t. Coffee spills and power shortages happen to everyone. To remind us that the universe doesn’t have its favorites, London-based artist Natalya Lobanova draws comics about universal everyday struggles we face, and she’s doing a darn good job, too. Continue reading »
We all have that friend who pollutes our Facebook or Instagram feed. Now the actual toxic waste they spill might differ, but whether it’s cringy boomer comics or their very, very amateur nature photos, even the most mundane posts can become poisonous in huge amounts. Continue reading »
Anastasia “Stushona” Ivanova is a Russian artist who illustrates girl problems and other funny situations in simple yet hilarious comics that are guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Continue reading »
Branding is all about good company image and great customer feedback. However, even the biggest brands have some qualities, which do not exactly enhance their brand’s value. That’s why Clif Dickens (previously) thought of a unique way how to make fun of global brands, replacing their original slogans with something a little bit more honest. Continue reading »
According to Beatrix Papp: “Hi, I am a designer in visual communication arts. Two years ago I began drawing my cartoon series about people, animals, and technology. We use our phones, tablets, and notebooks everywhere in our lives. I try finding those moments when we can see their ubiquitousness as funny and likable.
Thank you for your reading and I hope you have fun.” Continue reading »
Illustrator and author of “A Sticky Note Guide to Life“, Chaz Huton, perfectly sums up the realities of everyday life, and he does it all on brutally honest sticky notes. Continue reading »
Viktor Hertz is a freelance graphic designer from Sweden. He creates works full of sarcasm and humour and plays with popular mainstream works of art. Viktor has been featured in numerous worldwide exhibitions, magazines and books, and has also had his own work exhibited. In 2014 he started writing and directing short films, and is currently combining commission work with personal projects. Continue reading »
Mitch Goldstein is an Assistant Professor of Design at the Rochester Institute of Technology. When he’s not grooming budding artists at RIT’s College of Imaging Arts & Sciences, Mitch finds time to creates hilarious venn diagrams that accurately depict the problems faced by design students and professionals on a daily basis. Continue reading »
Wars never really end, because even though they may finish on the battlefield, many veterans bring the war back home and are forced to live with them for the rest of their lives.
This sad and sobering truth is highlighted by photographers like David Jay and James Nachtwey, who have been documenting young and badly wounded American soldiers following their return home from wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Continue reading »
Great artists are always messengers of truth. They may not speak through verbal language, or even the written word. But through their personal creativity, they are able to communicate deeper thoughts, and feelings, that conventional language often times cannot. And they do this in such a way that their chosen form of expression comes to be known invariably as art.
Colombian illustrator Sako Asko creates surreal images imbued with hidden meaning. At first glance, the illustrations look innocent enough, until you look a little closer. Continue reading »
Honest, Valuable & Intelligent Advice And Statements Presented In A Way That Exists Somewhere Pleasantly Between Design And Typography
Adam J. Kurtz is a Brooklyn-based artist and author whose first book, 1 Page at a Time: A Daily Creative Companion has been translated into fifteen languages. In addition to personal work, he’s collaborated on products for retailers such as Urban Outfitters, Strand Bookstore, and Fishs Eddy, and made work for companies including Pepsi, Adobe and the New York Times. In 2016, he was named one of PRINT Magazine’s “15 Under 30” New Visual Artists.
In his spare time, he enjoys listening to Alanis Morissette and eating bread. Continue reading »
Web designers will be all too familiar with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) — a language that determines how the content on a web page appears including colors, borders, fonts and backgrounds. Even if you don’t understand how CSS works, that won’t stop you from enjoying these humorous puns inspired by the web language. Continue reading »
Graphic designer Clif Dickens’ latest additions to his hilarious Honest Slogans Tumblr show what brands would say in their logos if they were actually being honest. Continue reading »
Illustrator and author of “A Sticky Note Guide to Life“, Chaz Huton, perfectly sums up the realities of everyday life, and he does it all on sticky notes! Continue reading »
Collection of various illustrations by US-based artist Andrea Radeck. Continue reading »
If you own one of these popular dog breeds, then you can definitely relate… Continue reading »
Use These Honest Oscar-Nominated Movie Posters to Prepare For Oscar Season Without Watching Any Movies
Who has time to watch all the movies nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars just to keep up with pop culture? For the record, that’s 17 hours and 29 minutes that could be spent aimlessly surfing the internet. If you want to stay relevant with your cinephile friends that badly, these honest posters are all you need. Continue reading »
Wine labels never seem to say the truth, so Adam Teeter and his friend Jeff made these labels to say what really needed to be said! They made the labels using Illustrator over the course of four days. The ideas were all based on situations they found themselves in while drinking wine – 26 labels in total. Continue reading »