With the use of visual puns and strange object combinations, design studio PUTPUT has created a series that is clever and delightfully useless. From unusable screwdrivers to bouquets of non-flowers, salami sunglasses, and a hilarious candle chair.
The world of miniatures is alive and well, with examples of whole worlds being built with the smallest and most mundane of household objects. William Kass transports us to a tiny world, all made from food.
In a clever ad campaign for Berlitz language school, we see people who have pretty much blended in/transformed into office furniture, going unnoticed because of their lack of language skills.
Fashion yourself a stylish, adventuresome father figure? How about you bid on a recreation Wagon Queen Family Truckster from National Lampoon's Vacation? You'd definitely be considered the coolest person on the block, and probably also the goofiest.
Who doesn't love a good dragon? From design studio Invisible Creature, we have a series of official USPS Dragon stamps, sure to breathe some fire into your daily letter sending.
Cats are funny beasts, full of personality, sure to show you their unhappiness, as well as their love. Photographer Andrius Burba has a hilarious and telling series simply called Under Cats that shows the felines photographed on glass from below. Great use of …
It's pretty doubtful that many of us will shell out the $200,000 dollars for a two-night stay in The Palm's new Empathy Suite.
You didn't think you needed a Spanish ham light fixture, or an old mop that is actually a lamp. But German creative firm Rrudi has all that and more, covering a huge swath of funny, goofy, and interesting subject matter.
Artist Terry Cook puts a very impressive spin on the party balloon animals that you remember from your childhood. Mimicking real bird species and placed in their natural habitat, he blends lines between comical and accurate.
We're big corgi fans, (we have one), and they are undeniably cute and goofy. Fellow corgi owner Bryan Reisberg decided to Photoshop movie posters to star his dog Maxine, and the results are hilarious. And cute.
Presented without explanation, Marcelo Calderón and Fernanda Arias have a funny series of an astronaut casually shopping and perusing, all while in a clumsy spacesuit.
Photographer Winnie Au has flipped the concept of the 'cone of shame', with versions that are glammed out, made from all manner of unique and fancy materials.
The iconic VW Microbus has been recreated faithfully and lovingly using over 400,000 Lego bricks, for a travel convention in Munich, Germany.
If there can be a Museum of Ice Cream, why not a Museum of Gummy Bears? That's what the founders thought, and are planning on bringing it to life in San Francisco in the summer of 2019.