These Quirky Kid’s Stools Were Inspired By Farmyard Animals

These Quirky Kid’s Stools Were Inspired By Farmyard Animals

Japanese designer Takeshi Sawada, has designed a collection of quirky farm animal inspired stools for design brand EO – Elements Optimal. The collection is made up of three stools, Bambi, Sheep and Cow, with the design of the back of the stools and the faux fur seat easily telling you which animal it takes after. Each of designs are have a seat height of 33cm (just over 1 foot) and have a solid European Oak or an American Walnut base and back. Continue reading »

These Quirky Mini Bikes Are Actually Stands For Larger Bikes

These Quirky Mini Bikes Are Actually Stands For Larger Bikes

Japanese designer Yuma Kano has created a fun and quirky bike stand for Nemoto Shipyard, that stands out and is shaped like a mini bicycle. Named On Bicycle Stand, it was designed as a way to solve the problem of bikes being randomly placed on streets, sidewalks and in parking lots. Not only are they stands, but they are a simple visual sign that bikes can be stored in that area and when not in use, they become a tiny art installation. Continue reading »

Surreal Animal Hybrid Tattoos Look Like Quirky Sketchbook Drawings

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Italian-born, London-based illustrator and tattoo artist Otto D’Ambra is known for his avant-garde style, which primarily depicts hybrid animals combined with illustrations seemingly plucked from Boardwalk Empire. D’Ambra is a multi-faceted artist, who began his career as a set designer and evolved over time into body art and etching. In 2012, he opened The White Elephant Studio in London as a creative base for artists. Continue reading »

Quirky Chalk Art In The Streets By David Zinn

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Since 2001, artist and illustrator David Zinn has stalked the streets of Ann Arbor, Michigan, creating temporary illustrations with chalk and charcoal. Zinn improvises each piece on the spot and makes use of found objects, street fixtures, and stairsteps to create trompe l’oeil illusions. Continue reading »

Fun Cookie Cutter Lets You Bite Out Quirky Hairstyles On Your Cookies

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It is hard to make eating cookies more fun than it already is, but the ‘Hairdo Cookie Cutter’ has done just that. This amusing cookie cutter lets you bake cookies in the shape of a girl with really big hair, which is just waiting to be styled. Continue reading »

Quirky Visual Experiments By Illustrator Christoph Niemann

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Berlin-based illustrator, graphic designer and author Christoph Niemann created a bunch of humorous, minimalistic illustrations out of everyday objects. Continue reading »

Quirky Magazine Covers

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Quirky Magazine covers: Emma and Blue.

One innovative artist has created quirky artwork which re-imagines classical paintings with the faces of famous modern day cover stars such as Angeline Jolie. Continue reading »

Quirky Post-it Note Art

Quirky Post-it Note Art
This bespectacled Spanish sketcher is to Post-It notes what Sara Lee is to meringue and gateaux: he makes them better.

Not only does he improve them aesthetically though, he imbues them with all sorts of personality, conjuring pop culture icons, cartoon characters and imaginary scenarios, whilst delivering humour and wryness by the bucketload.

Currently the world just knows him as ‘The Postit days”. Continue reading »