Logo Designer Creates Adorable Illustrations Inspired By All Kinds Of Things

Logos are usually very simple illustrations showing what the company, person, or the product is all about. Continue reading »

Funny Dark Humor Comics By Artist Jenna Noble

It is said that art mimics the events that happen in the real world and artists very often get inspired by the things that occur around them. And sometimes you don’t need something big to create art that people can relate to. One of these young rising artists is comics creator Jenna Noble. Continue reading »

Funny Vintage Postcards Depict People Falling From Donkeys in Le Plessis-Robinson, France, ca. 1900

Le Plessis-Robinson is a commune in the southwestern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 10.5 km (6.5 mi) from the center of Paris. It was first mentioned in 839 as Plessiacus apud Castanetum, meaning plessis near Castanetum. A plessis was a village surrounded by a fence made of branches. Continue reading »

How To Properly Use a Selfie Stick, An Illustrated Guide

Illustrator and book author Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal) has created a simple yet effective 4-step guide that will be extremely helpful for people who love using selfie sticks. Continue reading »

Amusing Illustrations That Share Insights About Everyday Life And Psychology

What if we’re not as bad as we think we are? Is it okay to feel sad or angry? What will your dog bark at next? Do we just imagine all of our problems, or do they really exist? Continue reading »

20 Comics Exploring The Difficult Themes Of Politics And Economics By Artist PinkWug

Reading comics may be a great way to relax and to distract yourself from the problems in the real world. They offer an escape into another realm and they are enjoyable to read as the images are already suggested. Continue reading »

“On Adventure With Dad”: This Guy Sends His Girlfriend Photoshopped Photos Whenever She Asks If Their Kids Are OK

Kenny and his girlfriend have always had a humoristic approach towards both their relationship and parenting. After their daughter was born, whenever Kenny was looking after her on his own, his girlfriend would contact him asking if their little bundle of joy was doing OK. After a few of these queries, the dad developed quite the way to respond. With the help of his camera and Photoshop, Kenny began replying using pictures… Continue reading »

Funny And Relatable Charts About Everyday Life By Artist Irina Blok

Irina Blok is a San Francisco-based designer who has been illustrating the ways COVID-19 changed our lives in funny “before and after” comics ever since the beginning of the pandemic. Recently, the artist created a series of charts illustrating people’s everyday lives, and they’re just as funny as they are relatable. Continue reading »

An Artist Creates Silly Comics With Unexpected Endings

“I create playful content, professional digital portraits, and illustrations. Life is one long unpredictable rollercoaster. I hope you enjoy my comics!” Continue reading »

Turkish Artist Makes Collages You Probably Wouldn’t Expect

Collage has strengths that a simple photo doesn’t have. A simple photo can’t combine and connect visual meanings between different contexts as well as collage. Collages also open up an extra dimension of art by mixing two different images and “forcing” them to interact and create new meaning. In today’s post, the Turkish artist Semih, going by the name of selftasy on Instagram, showcases the versatility of the collage technique in his own way. Continue reading »

Ozzy Ironing a Baby, 1983

Ozzy Osbourne ironing a baby in 1983 as photographed by Mark Weiss. Weiss was a photographer for Circus Magazine beginning in the late 1970s where he began photographing Rock music’s legends. He has photographed many popular album covers including several for Bon Jovi. Continue reading »

Artist Remixed Iconic Logos With The Word “Fart” As A Father’s Day Surprise For His Dad, A Former Sign Maker

According to an artist: “Life is better with laughter! An ode to my dear dad, a sign maker who has wisely said…”You Know You Are Old, When Farts Are No Longer Funny!” As a silly surprise for him, this “Farter’s Day” aka “Father’s day – I remixed 99 iconic logos with the word Fart. Continue reading »

During The Pandemic, This Artist Decided To Start Making Portraits Of Her Cat, Later Turned Into A Calendar

The Big Lebooski – February

Kathryn Evans is a scenic artist for Robot Chicken. Kathryn currently lives in Pasadena, CA with her cat and the inspiration for her art, Booboo. Boo is a senior kitty living in Southern California. His adventurous spirit & amusing antics serve as inspiration for his mom, artist Kathryn Evans. Continue reading »

Artist Drew Cats Working From Home During The Covid Pandemic Quarantine

Stages Of Waking Up

According to lemonblanc, an illustrator based in Singapore: “Self-quarantine can do things to your mind. At some point, I start behaving like my lemonkitties, or the other way round. I’m not entirely sure. Went out for a walk after the measures loosen up.” Continue reading »

Funny And Relatable Simplistic Illustrations With Insightful Humor By Liana Finck

Though good-looking details and sharp aesthetics are a plus for illustrations, not having them can be a good thing too. Simplicity in illustration helps to express the idea without any unnecessary distractions or needless clutter and helps us focus on the main message more than the flashy details. Continue reading »

Artist Draws Food With A Handful Of Character And A Dash Of Humour

Bacon and Egg
The best breakfast couple in a tango.

“Hi! I’m Chrystal Giam, a freelance graphic designer and illustrator from Malaysia, but currently based in a country of the complete opposite, Finland. Here are some food illustrations I made for an ongoing project called Foodman to recreate daily situations with personified food. I like my food cute, funny and “punny”, so I hope you’ll like them too!” Continue reading »

Artist Asked People On The Internet To Give Her Random Emoji Combinations And Then She Drew Them

According to Linda Bouderbala: “There are many, many challenges about drawings on Instagram: Mermay, March of Robots, DTIYS, etc.

The only one I enjoy participating in is Inktober… Until I discovered this new challenge some artists I follow have been doing. It’s called the emoji challenge and it’s simple: you ask for emojis and make a drawing out of them! Continue reading »

America Explained To Non-Americans in Satirical Illustrations by Matthew Inman

Brilliant cartoonist Matthew Inman aka The Oatmeal has created a funny, easy-to-understand guide for non-Americans that will help you to understand USA better. You’re welcome! Continue reading »

Behind-The-Scenes Pics Of Disney’s Famous Scenes

Have you ever wondered what happens in the backstage of Disney movies? Andhika Muksin is back on Bored Panda to show you just that. He creates hilarious edits of Disney movies so that we can see the behind the scenes of famous scenes and how they were “actually made.” Continue reading »

This Artist Remakes The Packaging Of Well-Known Grocery Items In A Satirical And Funny Manner

A Photoshop enthusiast called Doctor Photograph (very clever name) partially satisfies this craving by creating a satirical new flavor, or a version of products we all recognize. However, these new flavors are not the flavors we wanted, but the flavors we needed… to make us smile. Let’s hope some of these versions make it to the shelves someday, or let’s hope that some of them shall only remain in digital form. Continue reading »

So You Can Now Buy a Nipple Knit Top…

It’s not easy to be a fashionable woman in this day and age when everything changes so fast. Just a regular boring knit top is no longer enough. Now you must cover it with nipples keep up with the times! Continue reading »

“So Fly Taxidermy”: Artist Uses Insects To Make Fun And Quirky Cartoons

Do you feel yourself getting the creepy crawlies whenever you think about bugs? Or do you find them fascinating and get excited whenever one sneaks its way into your home? Whatever it is, we are pretty sure that you don’t want to miss out on Ali Beckman’s unique works. Continue reading »

Brilliant National Lampoon Magazine Covers From the 1970s

National Lampoon was an American satirical pop culture magazine that ran from 1970 to 1998. Founded by Doug Kenney and Henry Beard, the magazine started out as a spinoff from the Harvard Lampoon, where Beard and Kenney used to work as editors. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Punny Illustrations To Brighten Your Day

Everyone knows what a pun is. Some people hate them and can’t help but facepalm when they hear one, some adore them and puns make up most of their jokes. No matter what your opinion, you will probably enjoy these witty, silly, and most importantly punny illustrations. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Funny And Silly Photomanipulations

Sometimes all we need in life is a funny picture and a good laugh. Especially in times like these, when there’s not a lot of happiness around in the world. A digital artist named Thomas Pohl from Stuttgart, Germany creates the kind of silly, funny pictures that will hopefully brighten your mood and give you a good laugh. Continue reading »