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The Best Zodiac-Inspired Gifts That Will Make Your Friends Laugh

We all have a friend a little obsessed with astrology, so if you want to impress him or her with a funny zodiac-inspired gift, Whiskey River Soap Co. have the perfect item for you. For instance: Take a selfie? Leo. Say random things? Sagittarius. Wear a … Continue reading

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Whiskey River Soap Co. Creates Hilarious Bar Soap with Unconventional Scents

Whiskey River Soap Co. makes soap and candles with unconventional “scents” and even more unconventional nomenclature. “We think there’s a place for both quality and humor to exist together, and hope you agree.” Lather up with refreshing scents like Hipsters, which has the essence of … Continue reading

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People Say the Funniest Things When They Think no One is Listening

Avner Geller is an illustrator and visual development artist in the Animation industry. He currently works as a visual Development Artist at Dreamworks Animation where he worked on Mr. Peabody and Sherman, The Penguins of Madagascar, Trolls and currently Larrikins. Geller now resides in Los … Continue reading

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Michael Pederson Public Projects

Across the public spaces around Sydney you’ll find these humorous and thoughtful urban interventions by artist Michael Pederson (aka Miguel Marquez Outside). Tumblr / Instagram

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A Quick Perspective

Prehistoric bugs were larger than average day bugs due to the higher oxygen levels. The Pulmonoscorpius kirktonensis was a species of scorpion that grew to 24 inches long, or the size of a normal house cat. Personally, I’m glad I … Continue reading

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Staten Island Ferry Disaster Memorial Museum

The Staten Island Ferry Disaster Story. . . “It was close to 4am on the quiet morning of November 22, 1963 when the Steam Ferry Cornelius G. Kolff vanished without a trace. On its way with nearly 400 hundred people, mostly on … Continue reading

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Porcelain Abuse by Laurent Craste

This violent series of smashed vases is by Montreal-based artist Laurent Craste. ‘ The series of distorted vases actualizes the rage expressed in an earlier video depicting the artist in the process of digging. It also updates the strain inherent in … Continue reading

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Street Artist Paints Over Ugly Graffiti to Make it Legible

French artist Mathieu Tremblin implements graphic processes of intervention inspired by anonymous, autonomous and spontaneous practices and expressions in urban space in order to question the systems of legislation, representation and symbolization of the city. “Tag Clouds principle is to … Continue reading

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20+ Of The Most Creative Bathroom Signs Ever

Take a look at these creative toilet signs shared by Bored Panda.

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Random Illustrated Facts by Mike Lowery

Mike Lowery is an artist and a children’s book illustrator living in Atlanta, Georgia. He’s work has been seen on everything from greetings cards to children’s books to gallery walls all over the world, and he is a Professor of … Continue reading

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