Cute and funny illustrations by French illustrator Vaïnui de Castelbajac – in this series Vaïnui builds on witty word-play to create little scenarios.
Dear readers, I hope your weekend went well, and your St. Patrick’s day – if you enjoy celebrating for such frivolous reason (I know I do).
Keeping with collage-style illustrations, I hope you enjoy these little artworks by Mathilde Aubier as much as I do. This French illustrator creates cool textured characters with sponges or cats or other things as body parts.
I tend to avoid using the adjective “weird” as a compliment while referring to someone’s artworks – but after having a look at Ted Parker’s funny and weird drawings you might agree with me. The cigarette-smoking-dog has to be my favorite, but they are all so hilarious – and potentially creepy if seen in real life.
I’d been trying to create an iPhone app for the site for the last 3 hours, but when I looked up Natalie’s drawings all my frustrations were quickly replaced with pure delight. These illustrations will make anyone smile, and they’re drawn with impeccable skill.
Make sure to check out the owl Russian Dolls in the full article.
Admittedly, we don’t post enough humorous art around here. But this work by Russian artist Philipp Igumnov should balance things out though, and hopefully make you chuckle. Philipp’s design work has a nice grungy style to it, and he uses his words sparingly to express funny ideas.