There are so many artists creating art on Starbucks cups that the artist behind @Sleevebucks decided to take a different route, drawing popular movie and pop culture characters on the sleeves that come with the cups (ostensibly handing the cups to...
Dogs sometimes need to hide from their owners, especially when they've chewed on something their master values. Unlike ninja cats, however, they often fail at playing hide-and-seek, which provides their owners with cute and hilarious photo-ops.
I am Evisa Isabella Rose, about five years ago I wanted to make a comic series with two main characters - a mini version of me and a yellow rabbit. I had forgotten about this, until few months ago when I...
Evisa Isabella Rose
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It’s true, “Kids Say The Darndest Things”, but Ms. Greta takes the trophy for her honest and unexpected pint-sized perspective. “Is that boy on the radio singing a love song? He’s being a little too loud.” – Greta.
The ancient Japanese martial art of ninjutsu may now lie forgotten by many, but modern cats still carry the torch of the ninja, as their ability to hide in unexpected places and scratch people is unparalleled.
Have you ever seen faces, forms or figures in mundane places or objects? Take, for example, the sad man on the moon - a classic case of pareidolia. Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon involving the perception of patterns, especially of...
When brides go hunting for wedding dress bargains, cheap and scammy manufacturers from China and other heavily industrialized countries can sometimes make a killing. The internet is full of wedding dresses for sale that look nothing like the beautiful pictures used...
For years as an art director in advertising, I shifted through hundreds of stock photos and always felt like there was something off about them. Real people were doing real things we all do, but in the end it didn't feel...
Italy-based artist Cristina Guggeri is out to remind us that world leaders are people too with a series of images called Il Dovere Quotidiano, or “The Daily Duty,” that humanizes them by imagining what they might look like when they answer...