If playing fetch with your dog has become a weary chore for both parties, the Rogz Grinz ball will make it fun again! Designer Porky Heffer from a South Africa-based company Rogz created a fetch ball that has a crazy wide smile drawn on it, which makes your dog look as if he’s grinning every time he fetches the ball. It can also be stuffed with your pet’s favorite treats, to make sure that no dog could ignore the ball.
When it comes to advertising, companies have to double and triple check everything they’re going to publish. However, that is where their limits of control end, and once the ad is released into the wide world, strangest things can happen. Check out our selection of worst advertising placement fails and feel free to share your own finds!
Turns out a cat doesn’t necessarily have to be grumpy to become and Internet sensation: meet Sam, the ever-surprised kitten, whose eyebrows made him an Internet hit overnight! Black markings over his eyes make the cat look as if he has eyebrows going through the roof. Sam’s pictures went viral instantly, and he now has over 10.000 followers on Instagram.
Love makes even the most rational and reserved of us act like teenagers – drool over a photo of the beloved one, sigh deeply at night and talk fluffy words. Australian art collective “Hubbawelcome” mocks this in their Valentine’s Day greeting cards, placing ironic and somewhat stalker-ish captions next to cute and childish drawings.
The College for Creative Studies together with an advertising firm Team Detroit came up with an ingenious ad concept to attract students to their art courses. Instead of bragging how good the college is, they decided to use reverse psychology. The ads supposedly discloses harmful and addictive side effects of art, and is also mocking popular anti-drug campaign from the 1980′s and 90′s, put together by the Public Service Announcements.
It’s easy to correct your mistakes in a blog post or website, but what if you’ve just published several thousand copies of a textbook with a ridiculous type-o or a factual mistake? This post presents you 33 examples of textbook fails and ridiculous things found in real books.
Frustrated by stupid client criticism, Irish graphic designers Mark Shanley and Paddy Treacy decided to turn their “favorite worst feedback” into posters. The guys worked together on so-called “Sharp Suits” series with a team of other ad creatives, designers, animators, directors, illustrators and more, who must’ve all appreciated a chance to let out some of their exasperation in a creative way.
Seeing how much you liked our first selection of optical illusions, we figured it was high time to show you more. We’ve spent a lot of time looking for more incredible examples of illusions in photos, but it was much harder than the first time. Nevertheless, we managed to find 40 more great examples that we are very eager to share with you!
Just like the last year, ‘Damn You Autocorrect‘ announced the 50 Most Hilarious Autocorrects Of The Year, determined by Facebook shares, tweets, comments, and pageviews. Here are the 50 funniest autocorrects from their list with a couple of our picks from their website. (WARNING: this post contains strong language, please don’t read if you’re too young or too sensitive or have no sense of humor)
One year ago, a New Mexico-based photographer Wes Naman was wrapping Christmas gifts with his assistant and started goofing around with the scotch tape. The artist immediately had an idea that after a year developed into the “Scotch Tape” portrait series, where volunteers put the tape around their faces to create terrifying and just absolutely hilarious expressions. Noses and lips get bent, and Wes also likes to stretch people’s eyebrows to make the eyes pop out – the final results are so bizarre that hardly any retouching is needed!
Good news for guys – now you’ll have a legit reason to wear a knight’s gear on a daily basis! Two dedicated crocheters are now offering awesome knight’s helmet caps on Etsy. This brilliant pattern was originally created for kids and offered on Etsy by Cutecraftycrochet. For those who’re into knitting, the artist started selling the instructions for $4.99. This is exactly what another Etsy user Hattie Hooker used to make the adult version of the Knight’s Helmet Cap. All you need is $40 and some patience, since both of them now have orders for 3 to 4 weeks ahead.
During his wife Sandra Denis’ pregnancy, photographer Patrice Laroche created hilarious explanatory photo series titled “How to Make a Baby”. The pregnancy saga of Sandra and Patrice basically denounces all the traditional cabbage and the stork stories. In their world, a loving husband keeps pumping air in the station to his wife’s belly until it’s just about big enough to explode. It does, with a big bang, and the next thing you know – the happy couple is sharing a tender moment with their newborn, wrapped in a leather jacket.