Web comic artist Shanghai Tango draws simplistic illustrations depicting various animals on their uncommon and surprising everyday encounters.
Victor Nunes, places every-day objects or food, onto a page and then with a few pencil strokes and a touch of humor he turns them into pictures of faces, animals and other playful scenes.
French artist Benoit Jammes breathes new life into vintage audio cassettes turning them into colorful pieces of art. Each piece is completely handmade, made with a bit of work but so nostalgia! Benoit draws inspiration from popular culture, movie posters and not only.
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A collection of weird and insane inventions from the past that range from phone-answering robots to photo-taking revolvers. Enjoy!
Ecuador-based illustrator and art director Javier Pérez mixes everyday objects with line drawings and turns them into creative art. Really a fun series of photos.
French photographer Thomas Subtil in his series “hakuna matata” – a Swahili phrase which means “no worries” – takes animals native to Africa and anthropomorphizes them, revealing us the secret lives of wild animals. The unusual snaps were made from photographs Subtil took whilst visiting Kenya. He later edited them to make them a little more unusual and surreal. We’ve never seen animals do this before… perhaps they only do it when nobody is around?
Massive Halloween craziness from the early 1900s.
American illustrator / graphic designer Alex Solis creates hilarious illustrations with the aid of his hands and/or everyday objects. Without a lot of editing unfinished illustrations come to life with interactive actions.
Swedish photographer Magnus Muhr using the found bodies of dead flies, arranges them on a blank piece of paper and draws them into everyday situations that make fun of humans.
The original idea sparked when Muhr was bored at a party, went for a walk, and found a dead fly on the ground. When he got home he arranged a few dead insects and started drawing them in humorous situations.