2020 Sarcastic Vintage Pictures Calendar Is Here!

Artist Anne Taintor (previously) is the originator of these snarky vintage illustrations rounded up in a 2020 calendar which will surely add value to your real estate if you have it on your wall. Scroll down to see the funniest examples of her work! Continue reading »

Tommy Washbush’s Alternate Humor Illustrations Perfectly Describe The Absurd World We Live In

Tommy Washbush is an illustrator and graphic designer who draws extreme violence, stupid things and t-shirt designs. Trying to trudge back to productivity, for him, is a bit like walking on wet cement every time. Of course, one of his favorite celebrations is Halloween, when he can get together a bunch of friends for a marathon of truly terrifying movies. Tommy is based in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. Continue reading »

The Ministry Of Ferrous Metallurgy: Modern Russia In Absolutely Brilliant Illustrations By Alexandra Zheleznova

Alexandra Zheleznova paints a world, where modern Russian reality is interwoven with mysticism, industrial aesthetics and the motives of the German Middle Ages: luxury vehicles, smoking chimneys of Siberian factories, snow, oil, blood and monsters with the heads of dogs. Continue reading »

Hilariously Sarcastic Retro Pics

An artist called Anne Taintor is the originator of these snarky vintage illustrations that will surely make you laugh if you have a slightly wicked sense of humor. So, scroll down and feed your sarcastic soul. Continue reading »

These Unusual And Sarcastic Illustrations Will Make You Rethink The Way We Live

Moscow based artist Anton Gudim sees the world differently. Some words and the situations he understands literally, while for others, he creates a new meaning. But most importantly, he does it with the sarcasm and self-irony. Continue reading »

Horribly Happy Holidays: Stereotypical And Sarcastic Family Photography By Max Siedentopf

Max Siedentopf is a talented photographer, filmmaker and visual artist, who was born and grew up in the savannah of Namibia to German parents. He has then lived in Berlin, Los Angeles and currently based in Amsterdam. For his latest “Horribly Happy Holidays” series, Max captured stunning sarcastic photography, using sculpted watermelons. Continue reading »