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The Mullet Shoe: Now You Can Wear a Stylish Hairstyle Not only On the Head, but Also on The Feet

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Sneaker in the front, party in the back! The Mullet Shoe is a high-top with silky smooth set of light brown locks cascading down the back. It’s a mullet… for a shoe… ready to swish all sultry when you walk, and blow romantically in the breeze. And also get muddy, matted, and rank when you drag it through the dirt, and possibly make you trip and fall on your face if you don’t mind its flowing length, which appears to be couple inches longer than the shoe itself. Continue reading »

This Artist Makes Dark Humor Comics With Surprising Endings

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When everything around feels just a little too beige and basic, there’s nothing like some black humor to save the day. If you enjoy your jokes with a bit of irony, you might like the work of up-and-coming Russian artist Dmitri Piankov. Continue reading »

Big Feelings: How to Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay by Liz Fosslien

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Liz Fosslien (previously featured) is the co-author and illustrator of the book Big Feelings and the Wall Street Journal best-seller No Hard Feelings. Liz is an expert on how to make work better. Continue reading »

Meet the Artist Behind the Most Wonderfully Weird Instagram Account

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Chances are good you’ve done a double take at the singularly quirky local art installations of art director Pablo Rochat. Or, you’re one of his 1M+ Instagram followers. Continue reading »

Photoshop Troll Who Takes Photo Requests Too Literally Strikes Again

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There are few photo editors on the internet who have made as big of a splash with their witty antics as British graphic designer James Fridman, Photoshop troll and wizard extraordinaire. Odds are that you’ve scrolled past one of his hilarious photo edits on social media without realizing that it’s him working his magic behind the screen. Continue reading »

Mildly Uplifting Drawings by Worry Lines

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Worry Lines has captured hearts around the world with sweetly funny, deceptively simple, and instantly relatable daily drawings shared on Instagram at @worry__lines. The drawings have been described as ‘tender’, ‘wobbly’ and ‘oddly comforting’. Continue reading »

Superb & Funny Contemporary Edits Of Classical Art By Varkey

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Digital artist Varkey makes brilliant art mashups and collages which connect classical artworks and pop culture. This creator started his art journey during the covid lockdowns and has found success on Instagram where he shares his works.

He has accumulated more than ten thousand followers from around the world. Continue reading »

40 Times Medieval Painters Had No Idea How Something Looked And Created “Weird Medieval Guys”, As Shared On This Twitter Page

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From illuminated manuscripts to tapestries, mosaics and stained glass, the medieval period is known for its many art forms and its miscellaneous executions. Continue reading »

Indonesian Artist Dhany Pramata Creates Comics That Most 80s-90s Kids Will Relate To

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Indonesian artist Dhany Pramata creates comics that most 80s/90s kids will relate to. Dhany Pramata, an Indonesian artist reflects upon his childhood days with nostalgic and funny illustrations. I find some of these comics extremely relatable and if you are an 80s/90s kid, you might find them relatable too. Continue reading »

Postal Prank Boxes To Send Your Frenemies

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It’s much more fun to have frenemies rather than just plain old boring friends, because you can send embarrassing postal prank boxes to them. The list below is packed full of hilarious examples you can order from Crazy Novelty Guy. Remember to add signed for delivery and time it when your friend’s mom or partner are home! Continue reading »

Pugs, Star Wars, and The Troubles of Life: Graham Annable’s Nicest Pictures

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“With spring in full bloom, Swamp Thing was delighted to find a Swamp Pug sprouting in the bog”

Graham Annable is an Oscar and Eisner nominated cartoonist and animator living in Merrickville, Ontario. He has created works for television, film, video game, and comic books. The Boxtrolls, Puzzle Agent, and The Peter & Ernesto series for early readers are some of his more popular projects. He is the creator of Grickle. A humorously dark world of googly-eyed beings that inhabit the Grickle Channel on Youtube and various graphic novels like the Book of Grickle. Continue reading »

Vulgar, Funny, and Avant-Garde: The Crazy Covers of Toiletpaper Magazine

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Toiletpaper Magazine is an Italian art magazine founded in 2010 by artist Maurizio Cattelan and photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari. There is no text in the magazine. It’s a fun photo project in which Cattelan and Ferrari mock, with maximum abstract and surreal imagery, the modern advertising in which they have worked all their lives. Continue reading »

So People Are Buying Inflatable Jesus Now…

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In today’s epizode of “Weird stuff people buy” we have Inflatable Jesus blow-up doll that people are actually buying (for some strange reason). Maybe they choosing to have Jesus in their lives in a more literal way… Continue reading »

How To Be a Dog: Illustrated Guide

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If you have been thinking about a career change, you should consider becoming a dog. It’s a good life with many perks. We sincerely hope this guide by LastLemon will help you to achieve your life-long dream to become a dog. Last Lemon is the creative studio of Lisa Swerling & Ralph Lazar. Continue reading »

Wacky and Colorful Illustrations by Valeriia Potaichuk

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Valeriia Potaichuk is an Ukrainian illustrator and a graphic designer currently based in Poland. She is using vivid colours and a great sense of humour to provide a tiny bit of a smile on your face. Continue reading »

Putin Pencil Sharpener Is a Bestselling Item On Etsy

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This pencil sharpener has taken Etsy by storm and reached a bestseller status. You use it like any other ordinary pencil sharpener: you PUTIN the pencil in his bum and sharpen it just like the good old days before mechanical pencils. Continue reading »

Funniest Raccoon Memes by Nocturnal Trash Posts

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Who doesn’t like a good raccoon meme? Who doesn’t like a good raccoon? Wait, who doesn’t like a good raccoon anything? Trash pandas are awesome and no, there can’t be any other way. And speaking of raccoon memes, there is a dedicated Instagram page that celebrates raccoonhood with existential, funny, and straight up nonsensical memes. Continue reading »

Funny And Slightly Inappropriate Comics From “Fruit Gone Bad”

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Have you ever wondered what would happen if foods were brought to life and could talk? In this artist’s parallel comic world, fruit and vegetables have gone ‘bad’ and a little twisted. Continue reading »

Safe Baby Pregnancy Tips: Simple Diagrams Help You Manage Your – Cravings, Fashion Choices, Mind-Numbing Labor Pain

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Expectant parents are often overwhelmed-and befuddled-when they hear news of baby’s impending arrival. Luckily Safe Baby Pregnancy Tips provides hilarious “do’s and don’ts” on getting through the next nine months. Continue reading »

Bad Neighbor Wireless Printer Prank

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Have a bad neighbor with an unsecured wireless printer? Save this document on your computer. Every time your annoying neighbor gets loud, send it to his printer, and listen his wife shout at him “Why the hell did you print this again?!” Continue reading »

Collection Of The Creepiest Bible Stories As Vintage Comic Books For Kids

“(Revelations 13:15-18) “This calls for wisdom: let the one who has understanding calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man, and his number is 666. I was left alone, my mind was blank I needed time to think. To get the memories from my mind. What did I see? Can I believe it?. That what I saw that night was real and not just fantasy?”, said Bruce Dickinson.”

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The Brazilian illustrator Butcher Billy likes to keep things simple. Initially he sketches out his ideas on napkins from sleazy bars, then moves over to his Mac to create a clean, clear image. He uses basic colours and strong forms – and a few graphic tricks here and there – for impact. Though he creates his work digitally, he’s absorbed by the typography, imagery and creative concepts of the 70s, 80s and 90s and loves the little imperfections of the pre-web era. He draws on nostalgia throughout his work. Continue reading »

Artist Kristian Mensa Creates Creative Drawings That Incorporate Everyday Objects

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Czech Artist Kristian Mensa creates fun and innovative drawings that incorporate everyday objects. For the creative artist, inspiration is everywhere and even everyday objects can become an integral part of an artwork. Continue reading »

50 Times People Spotted Stupid Design Decisions In Public Places And Just Had To Share

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We often form our opinion of a city by judging the quality of its public spaces. If they give us a hard time, most likely we won’t be too psyched about returning to it. And unfortunately, there are plenty of ways urban planners and interior designers ruin our everyday life and force us into dreadful anxiety-inducing situations. Continue reading »

The Good, the Bad, the Mischievous: Cool Illustrations by Max Grecke

Max Grecke is a Swedish freelance artist and master of 2D and 3D painting. Mostly Grek just draws funny cartoons and strikingly flamboyant and slightly crazy illustrations, but sometimes he takes on serious commercial work as well, as well as recording tutorials on Youtube.

Grecke’s style is truly New Year’s Eve – wild in its lines, motley in its colors, and invariably mischievous in general. Continue reading »

Comical and Cool As Hell: Superb Sketches By Warwick Johnson Cadwell

Warwick Johnson Cadwell is a British artist with a very distinctive style. At first glance he seems to draw his comics and illustrations in a very childish and primitive way, but in fact his work is not that simple. Continue reading »