Bread lovers, rejoice! Before, you can only eat toast, but now, you can smell like one. Created by The Federation of Bakers, this limited edition scent aims to challenge the fashion for bread-free diets. What? A toast-free diet? That’s preposterous! Though, personally, I have some reservations about this toast-perfume. Is it just toast without the […]
The greatest beards in human history: Sophocles, Leonidas, Jesus, Shakespeare, Abe Lincoln, Karl Marx, Ernest Hemingway, and Isiah Webb. Wait, Isiah who? Meet the Internet’s most beloved beard enthusiast, Isiah Webb aka Mr. Incredibeard. Isiah has been posting photos of his different ‘beard-dos’ on his social media accounts every Monday, or as he likes to call it, #Monbeardday.
If you’re new to parenthood and would like to know the Dos and Do Nots of childraising, you’re in luck with this bunch of illustrations that may seem ridiculously obvious — but we’re sure will be appreciated to clueless noob parents. Well worth a good refresher course and a few chuckles, even if you’ve been […]
Karsten Wegener is an advertising photographer based between Hamburg and Berlin producing images for high profile clients. His personal work is completely different, and is a variety of weird and wonderful projects. This project, Wurstkunst, involves recreating famous artworks from sausages and other meats. Including in this series is Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, Jeff Koons Poodle, […]
Strongly influenced by early golden age animation, comics, advertising and outsider culture, I’m often interested in things that can be positive, happy, fun but at the same time unsettling and slightly sinister. My work at the minute aims to accomplish a variety of things, but first and foremost I produce stuff that I find funny, If I don’t find it a little humorous, then I don’t draw it.
A guy who’s tired of having his manliness questioned by other guys has gone ahead to start his own tongue-in-cheek creation for situations when bros question bros: the Man card. Yes, this stainless steel-etched card is perfect for a man to flash in defense whenever he goes against the traditional masculine grain and confesses to […]
Someecards, we maintain, always comes up with the wittiest spot-on lamentations that are on everyone’s minds. We don’t know anyone who works in a deadend office job who actually hates these workplace-themed e-cards that keep it so darn real.
British accents and wild animals. David Attenborough aside, check out clips from BBC’s Walking on the Wild Side, a comedy sketch show featuring hilarious overdubs to natural history footage. The beatboxing chipmunk just kills it.
Public librarians in Michigan, Mary Kelly and Holly Hibner, have been holding the book fort for over a decade and know a thing or two about awful library books. So much so that they’ve set up a site of actual library holdings — from their travels, snooping in library catalogs and hearing from library staff […]
We’ve all seen them. Two unrelated advertisements placed side-by-side that have some unintentionally hilarious implications when viewed together. These unfortunate ads are too funny to go unnoticed, and thankfully the best of the best are compiled online for your viewing pleasure. We dare you to look at these without laughing.
Remember all those resolutions you planned to fulfill last year? Oh wait. Between the over-indulgence in food, alcohol, and embarrassing party antics, those life changing decisions may be nothing more than a blur. But have no fear! This year you can compose a note to your future self thanks to General Assembly. The humorous resolution reminder letter will remind you in exactly six months of your important New Year’s resolutions. Hurry it’s not too late!
Jim Sheely, who goes by the artist name Ojimbo, is an extrodinary wood carver, sculptor and illustrator. Though his subject matter is generally macabre, his natural humor and good nature always shine through the work.
Dubai-based creative and chief creative officer at Y&R MENA, Shahir Zag, pulls brilliant slogan visuals out of his brain like how people pull long faces on Mondays. Love the design-centric humour in these graphic posts on his site.
Astute observations about life (‘Trying to explain what a harpsichord is to a worm. Waste of time”). Escapades that range from the banal (“Feeding gammon to a poorly falcon’) to the surreal (‘Sucking noodles off a whore’s pyjamas’). He’s a bit of a scallywag, this Gus. But you’ve got to love a fox with attitude.