Archive for the 'Humour' Category

Joe Crogan

Joe Crogan is a 26 years old student from Glasgow School of Art who always wears a rubbish denim waistcoat. Apart from his dubious choice of attire, his work is fresh and thoroughly entertaining.

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Romain Laurent

Love looking at the slighly surreal photography of Romain Laurent.

Jules Julien – Updates

The super talented Lucy MacLeod has just reminded me about Jules Julien. Looks like there have been some really great works added to the website. Well worth a peek.

Von Szombathy

Chris von Szombathy has a great sense  of humour which really comes through in his lovely, varied illustrations. Some real treats on his site. (via Kitsune Noir)

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Folk Archive

I’ve been admiring this book for a while now and thought it was about time I shared it with you. The Folk Archive, by Jeremy Deller and Alan Kane, brings us the drawings, paintings, costumes and sculptures of the Great British public. The book encourages you to laugh with these accidental artists as opposed to patronising them, as previous books on the subject have done. All in all, it’s a book that will make you smile. The interactive website contains lots of the book’s content.

January Blues


The month of January is usually the start of many detoxes and re(new)ed gym memberships, and fittingly, London based Chinese designer Daizi Zheng has created a series of healthy snacks packaged to look like your everyday vices to temp your January blues towards a more healthy lifestyle. I’m going for a carrot. Continue reading ‘January Blues’



Its like a library around here at the moment. We are still getting over the excesses of Hogmany (NYE to most) and are still nursing hangovers from the departmental party.

In the meantime, check out Nadadora Studio, from the design hotbed that is Barcelona. I instantly fell in love with the dipping plate above that rests effortlessly on top of a tub of Nutella. Would it be wrong to use any leftover Quality Street to dip into the chocolaty spread?

Holy atomic pile, Batman!


Indonesian photographer and illustrator Agan Harahap’s latest project see’s some of the world’s greatest Superhero’s woven into significant historical wartime scenes, featuring the likes of Batman, Superman and of course Spidey.

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Humorous, crude and (sometimes) rude, EDREM is a blog of quick, black & white impulsive drawings.

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Newton Virus

Featured on Human Resources back in August 2008, the Newton Virus is named after the father of modern mechanics. The virus introduces the concept of gravity causing your desktop to behave exactly as it would in the real physical environment. Desktop icons become susceptible to Newton’s invisible force and fall, roll and tumble in whatever direction gravity pulls them delivering a little bit of reality to your virtual environment. It is now freshly available for download and your amusement.

Dead of the Living Night

Amazing 3 minute compilation of classic 80′s fantasy horror, Dead of the Living Night. I hate to say but they just don’t make movies like these anymore.

Greece Is For Lovers

Some fun Greek, mythological inspired products and commissions from Athens (where else?) Greece Is For Lovers.

Twitter Switch For Guardian

After 188 years of ink, The Guardian (Newspaper – UK)  today announced that it will become the first newspaper in the world to be published exclusively via Twitter. Experts say any story can be told in 140 characters.

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Men Versus Women

This ingenious Oldstar Beer advertisement basically tells you all the gruesome, rude, obnoxious truth in contrasts between men & women.

You can see the advert created by McCann Erickson, by clicking below.

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