Oddee recently compiled a list of Hilarious Church Signs Part 1 and Part 2. Religion aside, there is humor and creativity in these.
Very rarely does something I’ve seen online (aside from videos) make me laugh out. This cartoon has been one of the few exceptions. Seriously, too funny.
(Found via SumiSumi)
Just the kind of Monday chuckle I needed. Borrow my pen? sets are designed to ensure you’ll never have someone walk off with your pen again. Too funny!
(Found via Apartment Therapy)
I have nothing but blog love for Justin Feinstein’s Blank is Like Blank blog. It’s my new favorite read. His “daily analogies to live by” are utterly witty and super funny.
I’ve posted about ephemeral art quite a bit before. I’m an avid reader of the Wooster Collective and an adoring fan of Banksy, so naturally when I read about Written on the City I was immediately intrigued.
“Written on the City is a glimpse into a vast conversation happening illegally and in public. All over the world, people are writing messages on the walls and sidewalks of the cities in which we live. They are staying up late, breaking the law, and taking risks to say something to you. Some of it is funny. Some of it is beautiful. Lots of it is upsetting, crazy, and brilliant at the same time. And all of it is important.”
The project began back in 2006 thanks to Axel Albin and Josh Kamler. In its original form it was a website collection of photographed graffiti messages from around San Francisco. Today, the website has expanded to hosting images from over 100 cities and is now available at a book.
Mike Monteiro’s series is profound, as well as blunt and quite funny. He says things I only wish I had the nerve to say. In his bio he claims he’s “not very good with words.” Mr. Monteiro, I beg to differ.
(Found via Design Crush)
This is too funny…….and too true. Hence why I don’t watch television. I do own one, it’s not hooked up to cable, merely sitting in my living room for the purpose of watching movies. However, the amount of time Most would spend watching the tube, I spend ten-fold on the internet. Is it any better? I’d like to think so.
(Found via Core 77)