Korean Artist Illustrates The Beauty Of Falling In Love So Well You Can Almost Feel It
Sep16

Korean Artist Illustrates The Beauty Of Falling In Love So Well You Can Almost Feel It

After all the flashy declarations of love go, the small but truly romantic things stay. And that’s what South Korean illustrator, Hyocheon Jeong, has captured in her heartwarming illustration series. She drew simple everyday moments of couples being together, cozying up to each other with the occasional cat by their side. “The sources of my inspiration are always stories of people. Most of them are the stories of me and my boyfriend....

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100-Year-Old Life Hacks That Are Surprisingly Useful Today
Sep12

100-Year-Old Life Hacks That Are Surprisingly Useful Today

People don’t often look back on the early 1900’s for advice, but what if we could actually learn something from the Lost Generation? The New York Public Library has digitized 100 “how to do it” cards found in cigarette boxes over 100 years ago, and the tips they give are so practical that millennials reading this might want to take notes. Back in the day, cigarette cards were popular collectibles included in...

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40+ Ridiculous Examples Of Cartoon Logic That Will Make You Facepalm
Sep06

40+ Ridiculous Examples Of Cartoon Logic That Will Make You Facepalm

While cartoons aren’t trying to be accurate depictions of the real world, some logic detours taken in them are more bizarre than others. And chances are, that you haven’t noticed most of them. That’s why the guys at Bored Panda have compiled a list of the best examples of cartoon logic, ranging from putting headphones on your eyes to eating with chopsticks when you don’t have fingers… Hilarious and overlooked by most, these might...

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If Tim Burton Illustrated ‘Game Of Thrones’ Characters
Sep03

If Tim Burton Illustrated ‘Game Of Thrones’ Characters

Game Of Thrones season 7 just ended leaving many viewers with emptiness inside. While fans hybernate for almost 2 years waiting for another thrilling episode, all that’s left to do is to appreciate some high quality fan art of the series. Andrew Tarusov, a Russian-born artist famous for redrawing popular characters in Tim Burton’s style, has decided to dedicate his newest work to the world of Game Of Thrones. The...

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25+ Reasons Why You Should Never Give Children’s Coloring Books To Adults
Sep02

25+ Reasons Why You Should Never Give Children’s Coloring Books To Adults

Coloring is important for the development and enrichment of children’s motor abilities as they work hand, wrist and finger movements. But after these skills are set in place it doesn’t mean that one has to put away all of his coloring books. On the contrary! Once you learn how to stay in-between the lines, it’s time to add additional ones, and it’s exactly what these people did. From Dora illegally crossing the US border...

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100+ Hilarious Comics With Unexpectedly Dark Endings By ‘Perry Bible Fellowship’ – Part 2
Sep01

100+ Hilarious Comics With Unexpectedly Dark Endings By ‘Perry Bible Fellowship’ – Part 2

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100+ Hilarious Comics With Unexpectedly Dark Endings By ‘Perry Bible Fellowship’ – Part 1
Sep01

100+ Hilarious Comics With Unexpectedly Dark Endings By ‘Perry Bible Fellowship’ – Part 1

The Perry Bible Fellowship is the perfect middle between the whimsy and the morbid. And it has been since 2001 when its creator Nicholas Gurewitch drew the first strip. Nicholas describes his style as “the clarity of obscurity”, and his work is a real treat to all the dark(er) souls out there. Usually consisting of three or four panels, the comics have originated in the Syracuse University newspaper The Daily Orange. It...

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40+ Simple Yet Striking Tattoos By Former Turkish Cartoonist That You’ll Want On Your Skin
Aug29

40+ Simple Yet Striking Tattoos By Former Turkish Cartoonist That You’ll Want On Your Skin

Ahmet Cambaz had a late start in the tattooing game, but has already proved himself as a formidable ink artist. After 7 years of doing cartoon work for an Istanbul-based magazine, a tattoo equipment set gifted to him in 2013 by his wife caused a shift in his creative vision, and his true craft began to shine through. Simple, yet sublime, the designs Cambaz produces have a distinctly modern feel, yet also remind us of the whimsical...

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Controversial Illustrations By Spanish Artist Mirror The Ugly Side Of Society
Aug28

Controversial Illustrations By Spanish Artist Mirror The Ugly Side Of Society

While these images are safe for work, they’ll still make you feel dirty – and that’s because they reflect some of the dirtiest things about our society. Spanish artist Luis Quiles’ images are so powerful because they evoke deep visceral responses – be they arousal, terror or disgust. Quiles gets down and dirty with topics like sexism, homophobia, exploitation and violence. He’s got more powerful works spread across his various...

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20+ Illustrations Reveals The Double Standards Of Our Society
Aug27

20+ Illustrations Reveals The Double Standards Of Our Society

While many of our societies take pride in the accomplishments made in the field of equal treatment for everybody, there is still a lot of work to be done. And who better can reveal these absurd injustices than the illustrators, who are always on a lookout for those funny and sometimes painfully real contrasts? Below you’ll find a list of the most striking examples of double standards in illustrations, highlighting not only the problem...

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