Creative agency Leo Burnett France created this clever ad campaign for Jeep, the illustrations reveal a second hidden animal when the images are turned upside-down.
Artist David Jablow started the ‘do it yourself Doodler’ project when he was given a novelty notepad that had an incomplete outline of a seemingly nude woman on it. Jablow decided to use his creativity and came up with a series of fun illustrations drawn
To celebrate “beer’s greatness”, the team at Cool Material has been posting typographic posters featuring inspiring quotes relating to the frothy alcoholic beverage on their social media pages every day for the whole of last month. Featuring words of beer-wisdom from the likes of Napoleon,
Brazilian illustrator and designer Antonio Rodrigues Jr has spelled out several offensive words with a custom typeface made of artificial flowers for his project titled “Better With Flowers”. He has created greeting cards with these beautifully arranged flower-made words, including “Sucker”, “Bitch”, and “Prick”. Meant
Berlin-based illustrator, graphic designer and author Christoph Niemann created a bunch of humorous, minimalistic illustrations out of everyday objects.
Even if you can’t attend World Cup matches in person, you can still enjoy good stadium food and the comfort of your own couch. Grill up some hot dogs and turn on the TV set. But if you can make it to Brazil, visit the
Kids are a never-ending source of joy – if not for their boundless energy and joy, then for the hilarious and obliviously inappropriate things that they say and do. These images are hilarious because of the fact that the kids probably have no idea just
Designer Tommy Perez has lovingly created an ongoing alphabet project titled “AtoZoë” to teach his daughter letters through play. He designs and has shaped various letters with sauce, Rice Krispies® and other everyday food items. For instance, the letter “A” was written in apple sauce—which
New York-based artist Allison Supron has created an experimental typography titled “Play”—inspiring people to “get off of the computer and get a little messy”—through engaging in simple, mindless activities. The artist recollects memories of her elementary school days when she was given time to explore
When most people board a plane they’re usually leaving home. But not if you’re Bruce Campbell, an innovative engineer who rejected the standards of traditional housing and decided to engage his flight of fancy. He purchased a retired Boeing 727, complete with wings and landing