Remember how we used to spend our mornings or days in front of the television, watching some great cartoons, eating cereal and trying not to laugh with our full mouths? Continue reading »
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 »
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 »
Classical art and art history might sound a tad complex to some of you, but we assure you, they’re both a lot of fun. And someone who makes it far more approachable for all of us, near and far, is the founder of the ‘Classical Damn’ project on Instagram. Continue reading »
Daily Cat Drawings: Artist Wants To Adopt A Cat So Bad, She Signs Up For A 100-Day Cat Meme Drawing Challenge
Drawing cats from memes every single day sounds like a dream come true. Well, animation student Emily Paquin aka Catwheezie is certainly living the life! She posts a drawing of a popular and beloved internet cat each day, and she doesn’t plan on stopping until she hits 100, and maybe even beyond! Continue reading »
According to an artist: “It started as a Christmas gift to my wife, who loves the “Woman Yelling at Cat” meme, and has unfolded into an art project called “Memes of the Floating World.” In this strange dream world, classic Japanese woodblock print art and legends mash up with memes, dead and living, and internet lore from the past and present. Continue reading »
Emily Paquin, aka Catwheezie, is an animation student who challenged herself to draw a cat meme every day for 100 days back on the 13th of June. She is currently on day 75 and it looks like she’s determined to reach that 100! Continue reading »
Shawn Huckins is a Denver, Colorado-based painter who has brought humor into his work.
Huckins is most known for incorporating modern sayings from the internet onto early-American portraiture by asking the question, “What would George Washington post on Facebook? How would Lewis and Clark communicate their progress westward via Twitter?” Continue reading »
“Jesus Is a Jerk” is a meme consisting of images showing Jesus with everyday normal people doing daily mundane tasks. Hilarity ensues as funny and often mean text is added. Continue reading »
As the saying goes… “If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything.” So the creator of What Do You Meme? partygames store Seth decided to make a stand against annoying mundane things by bravely protesting with DIY cardboard signs. Continue reading »
A cat with a trash bag hat on its head. A catto in a bowl. A feline in a wig. There’s nary a thing more adorable and hilarious than cats caught up in peculiar situations that defy reason and make you think there’s a mystery to solve. Continue reading »
We don’t know a lot about Joseph Ducreux, but he sure looks like he had sense of humor. A portrait artist in during the reign of Louis XVI of France, Ducreux survives the French revolution, and worked along side of painters like Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun, and Jacques-Louis David. Continue reading »
Espen Olsen Sætervik is a Norwegian artist. Judging by his biography on Twitter and ArtStation, he is now working on a game called Halo Infinite.
But the Norwegian is also known for his art and paintings. Soterwick has a series of “northern” landscapes — he draws them, inspired by the nature of Norway. At the same time, Sætervik has both physical paintings drawn with brushes and fully digital ones. Continue reading »
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 »
The internet loves memes, especially when special attention is given to hilarious animals. From time to time, while scrolling through your social media timelines, you might find yourself staring at a viral image that seems to challenge the limits of reality. Continue reading »
The latest nugget of fun to enter your Instagram feed is the big-jacket meme.
Yesterday, for instance, dapper street style star Luka Sabbat was morphed into a jacket-wearing Stay Puft Marshmallow Man by @itsmaysmemes. The mysterious account resized Sabbat’s coats to be comically ginormous: A fleece piece was turned into a woolly mammoth–like topper, a standard slicked blue puffer became the size of a parked car in the background, and a tailored coat with Quasimodo-style shoulders reduced Sabbat’s handsome face to a tiny pinhead. Continue reading »
Trauma Doll, according to the artist behind the project, is “an AI doll that suffers from PTSD, anxiety, depression & other psychological demons,” according to her Facebook about page. The artificial intelligence creates “digitally generated memetic collages” as a coping mechanism. Continue reading »
As photobombs go, this is one for the scrapbook. A happy couple in the middle of their wedding vows were joined by a curious onlooker in the form of a beluga whale. During a wedding ceremony at Mystic Seaport in Mystic, Connecticut the bride-to-be was upstaged when the whale swam over to see what the commotion was about. Needless to the say, the internet didn’t waste any time having fun with the picture. Continue reading »
It is no secret Donald Trump feels strongly about his public perception.
He has previously fired up publicly when he was mocked for having small hands and he slammed Saturday Night Live’s impersonation of him as a ‘complete hit job’. But no matter how much the President works to prove himself as a big leader, there’s always those willing to bring him down to something a little smaller. Behold the latest meme taking the internet by storm: Tiny Trumps. The edited images of the President first appeared on a new Reddit community called Tiny Trumps. Continue reading »
Lauren Kaelin sure loves memes. So she started to make oil paintings out of them and notes that her art project called “Benjameme” is “inspired by Walter Benjamin and the Ikea Monkey.” Each of Kaelin’s paintings are available for sale as matte prints for $20 or matte poster prints for $75. These are the perfect gifts for every classic Internet fan! (via) Continue reading »