Chicago-based photographer and animal lover Zielinski bought what is probably the most useless, yet incredibly funny thing on the whole Amazon – Horse Head Squirrel Feeder. “Yep just what it sounds like. We’ve been feeding a few generations of squirrels in the yard and when I saw this I couldn’t resist. Fill the inside with peanuts and hilarity ensues,” says Z.
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The ongoing “Pretty Girl, Ugly Face Shot” photo trend serves up a constant stream of hilarious side-by-side shots of pretty girls making hideous faces. From grumpy smiles to double chins and crossed eyes, these women don’t hesitate to show their inner “ugly duckling.”
New trends often build on old classics, and Sleeveface is no exception. This internet phenomenon revives old vinyls by inviting people to augment any part of their body with record sleeve(s) to create an optical illusion. The resulting funny pictures are then shared with the world online. You might not have an old record player to listen to your vinyls on, but if you happen to acquire an old vinyl record, a camera of any kind and have a vivid imagination, you can become a part of Sleeveface as well.
It took a shock of electricity for Mel Gibson to figure out “What Women Want.” But this 12-year-old solved the case himself like a true pro. Self-proclaimed “best selling author” Cem introduces us to a short novel about understanding women. His genius was uncovered when a teacher posted this “book” on Reddit. Guys, you can now stop searching for the answer – enlighten yourselves.
Potholes are every driver’s nightmare. When governments fail to fix them, photographers like Claudia Ficca and Davide Luciano come in handy. This creative couple decided to take a different look at the annoying experience of driving through cracks and and holes. Their ironic photo series, “My Potholes,” turns them into playful settings for the photographer’s imagination.
Career choices are important. Imagine if Nicolas Cage never quit his job as popcorn vendor or Madonna remained working at the Dunkin’ Donuts counter. So what if one of the most notable writers of the XXth century, sir J. R. R. Tolkien, chose to realize his passion for creative writing in the advertising business instead of literature?
The Swiss are known for their love of punctuality and order, and Swiss artist Ursus Wehrli does not disappoint. When it comes to art, he’s all about tidiness – which is what his project “Tidying Up Art” is all about. Wehrli tidies up famous artwork by artists like van Gogh, Picasso and Magritte. Wehrli starts off by deconstructing the whole painting into smaller details – these can be lines, dots, brush strokes or shapes.
This is a beautiful story of two strangers. Wait, no – it’s actually the story of a woman who lost her iPhone and the stranger who wound up using it. Danielle Bruckman has spent a year reenacting the selfies of a Salvador-Dali-mustached man who apparently acquired her phone but never bothered to return it (or didn’t even know it was lost). The lost device was linked to her Apple cloud account, so all of his pictures were showing on her personal stream.
Is it considered graffiti if the design was made by cleaning something? This question is raised by a series of extraordinarily talented illustrations done by entrepreneur Allen Wong in front of his house. He power-washed his entire sidewalk with the exception of the silhouettes of a few of his favorite characters – Superman, Calvin and Hobbes, and Totoro.