Woman Continues To Hilariously Recreate Celebrity Instagram Photos, And The Result Is Better Than The Original

Actor. Comedian. Writer. There are many ways that you could describe the multi-talented Australian phenomenon that is Celeste Barber. But we think that ‘bloody hilarious’ fits the bill just right. Continue reading »

12 Tricks To Appear Smart In Emails

Want to stay in shape at work even when working from home during the COVID-19 lockdown? Here are the 12 best strategies to appear smart in emails! Created by book author and blogger Sarah Cooper. Continue reading »

Hilariously Bad Celebrity Portraits by Twitter Picasso

Australian “artist” Twitter Picasso creates ballpoint celebrity portraits and they are terrible. The illustrations are so bad, they are actually good. Continue reading »

“Jesus Is Everywhere” Project Photoshops Jesus In Everyday Situations

For some unknown reason, David Soames, the person behind this site has spend countless hours photoshopping Jesus un various mundane everyday situations. Scroll down to see the best examples and let us know in the comments if you think this kind of humor is OK or not? Continue reading »

Before the Photoshop Era, Here Are What Manipulated Photos Looked Like in the Early 20th Century

“Pumpkins grown in Iowa soil are profitable”

Photo manipulation dates back to some of the earliest photographs captured on glass and tin plates during the 19th century. The practice began not long after the creation of the first photograph (1825) by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce who developed heliography and made the first photographic print from a photoengraved printing plate. Continue reading »

Everyday Objects Inspired An Artist To Illustrate These Bad Puns, Here Are The 30 Best

According to an artist Irina Blok: “As 2020 comes to an end, it feels exhausting with a never-ending cycle of bad news and endless doomscrolling. It’s been a difficult year for all of us and my way to cope has been cooking and drawing cartoons. Continue reading »

Grotesque Medieval Music Sheets From Chansonnier of Zeghere van Male from 1542

The 16th-century scribes of Bruges had a lot of fun illuminating this musical manuscript, because it’s full of gorgeous, fascinating and downright bizarre illustrations. The song book is called the Cambrai Chansonnier and was made for the pleasure of aristocratic local Zeghere van Male. Continue reading »

Tango’s Newest Comics to Browse, Enjoy, and Relate To, Given His Not-So-Subtle References to The Unfortunate Year of 2020

Chinese illustrator Shanghai Tango (aka Tango Gao) is a well-known artist who is renowned for his clever and thought-provoking comics that do not fail to portray their meaning even if the artist is not using any words. 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 »

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 »

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 »

A Collection of Fabulous Potato-Themed Real Photo Postcards From the Early 20th Century


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WARNING: if you are a PL (Potato Lover), some of these photos might be too hot to handle! 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 »

People Believe They’ve Noticed Art References In Popular Movies, Share Side-By-Side Pics On Twitter

You get some popcorn and press “play.” As the film is rolling, you suddenly realize that particular shot… you’ve seen it somewhere before. Call it déjà vu or a glitch in the matrix, but what if sometimes, it’s actually true? Continue reading »

Bored Quarantined People Have Started Scanning Cats

Got lots of free time during the Coronavirus lockdown? Got a cat? Got a scanner? The choice is clear! Continue reading »

Humoristic Illustrations Reveal the Daily Life Before and After COVID-19

From wearing masks to working from home, the coronavirus has brought about a lot of changes in our daily lives.

It is this “new normality” that the American artist Irina Blok depicts through this series of drawings. Each drawing shows a before and after, revealing how things have changed since COVID-19. The comic series helps to reassure us by showing us that we are all going through the same experiences. Continue reading »

This Family Started Staging Their Funny Christmas Cards 7 Years Ago, And Their Creativity Is Brilliant

“I’m Dreaming of a White (Trash) Christmas” – 2013 – Pregnant with 1st Child

This family has a tradition that makes their friends and relatives look forward to the holiday season. Every year, Danielle and Mike and their kids produce a humorous family Christmas card. Continue reading »

The Best Company Replies To Twitter’s “Describe 2020 In One Word” Challenge

It’s been one hella year. I mean, it still is. Even though we are close to leaving the cursed number 2020 behind, from what we’ve seen so far, the chances that it won’t go according to plan are, let’s put it this way, quite high. Continue reading »

Hilariously Mean Divorce Cakes

What better way to tell your ex that you won’t miss him (or her) and that you hope he (she) fails in next relationship than with a delicious cake? Continue reading »

Dog Tags are Always Useful and Sometimes Hilarious

Dog ID tags have a very practical use and we encourage every owner to get one for their pet. If they ever get lost, the first thing a stranger will check is the pet’s collar for an ID tag. Continue reading »

These Christmas Boobles Are Just The Injection Of Festive Humour We Need This Week

Anissa Kermiche, the brain behind the cheekiest vases in homeware, has conjured up a selection of magical pornaments for Christmas. Get ready to deck the halls in truly mischievous style with Kermiche’s “boobles” – a bauble version of her “Breast Friend” vase and “Jugs” jug, realised in festive metallics. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Whimsical Illustrations Where Animals Become Puns

Illustrator and concept artist Piper Thibodeau has been creating what she calls a “daily painting” every day since November 2012. With this series, Thibodeau is going for the whimsical: friendly-looking creatures and puns, and the illustrations are as surprising as they’re cute! Continue reading »

2020 Christmas Tree Ornaments That Are Actually Funny


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If you are tired of usual boring Christmas tree ornaments, check out these beautiful creations. We spent many hours going over countless Etsy stores to find the funniest ornaments, so scroll down and enjoy! Continue reading »

World’s Greatest Gallery of Dogs Standing On Mushrooms

This kind of high-quality relevant content is exactly the reason why Al Gore invented the Internet back in the 1980s. Enjoy! Continue reading »