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Vanessa Dualib is a photographer from São Paulo, Brazil. Her love to food, fun and photography produced a great combination of humorous images.Vanessa calls herself “deeply dedicated to FUNtography”. Can not disagree, her characters will easily leave a smile on your face. “The projects “Eggventures of Eggbert” and “Playing with Food” started in 2009 inside Flickr. It all started as another personal project to put together 3 things I like: photography, humor and food. Eventually I noticed that I was not the only one that liked those 3 things and people all over the world started to enjoy my project.” – explains the…
Source: Emily McDowell During the Valentine’s Day social networks feeds were full of hearts, flowers, balloons, gifts, photos from cafes, restaurants and other romantic locations. Society and media push most of us to go crazy around the day of love. What about people who don’t care much about this day but would like to share the moment of card giving? Here some fast ideas on celebrating this occasion the other way.
Heng Swee Lim from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia draws humorous doodles pairing ordinary objects with funny phrases. Lim’s art is full of jokes and optimism. Scroll through some of them, good mood and few laughs are guaranteed! “I would describe my work as simple and fun, but with a strong idea or message behind it. Life should be fun and humorous when possible and I hope that my illustrations generate a sense of joy and happiness.” – Lim says.
Previously featured article 21 Epic Faces in Everyday Objects has inspired Urban Peek to compile this new collection. Here are 20 examples of houses with face features we liked the most. Shapes of their windows and doors create an amusing picture of various emotions – from shock to surprise, joy and happiness. Enjoy!
Faces exist around us within all objects, all you have to do is just look closely. Observing an object’s shape or looks and feeling it has a face is actually a psychological phenomenon known as pareidolia, which involves a vague and random stimulus (often an image or sound) being perceived as significant; it’s a form of apophenia (seeing meaningful patterns or connections in random or meaningless data). For the kicks of having a fun and different type of post, here are some everyday objects looking at you with their epic faces. Enjoy! 1. OMG Wall Image credits: eworm 2. Pleased Pots Image credits: knowyourmeme.com 3. Sad…
This set of fingerprints portrait entitled “Ditology” – as unique as it sounds, proves that simplicity is gold. The artist, whose identity is anonymous under the name “Dito Von Tease”, “Dito” meaning “finger” in Italian, manages to illustrate portraits of well known characters from around the world on his fingertip with just a few pen strokes. Looking closely at the images reveal that he mostly depend on the eyes and eyebrows to define facial features, in addition to the proper color of clothing and hair, and the resemblance become remarkable. Only on the tip of his finger! [Ditology]