Phoenix-based photographer Ernie Button's series looks like a collection of alien worlds, lit against a starry backdrop. In actuality, it's the remnants from the bottom of a scotch glass, the dried remains creating strange and unique 'footprints' in the vessel.
A series of hilarious, and spot-on similarities to dogs, and their human companions.
Should your enemies need a big soft pillow of sugar hurled at them, nothing will work better than this Marshmallow Crossbow. Made of natural materials, and able to shoot marshmallows over 60 feet, this medieval design has been updated to be significantly less-lethal, …
Thomas Kinkade's often derided paintings find new life, thanks to ironic architectural mashups.
KFC in Hong Kong is offering their sandwiches in a completely edible rice paper wrapper, making for a more sustainable (and hilarious) experience.
A fun series that explores the concept of what if famous movie directors designed your bedroom.
French artist Cristian Girotto has a series that showcases bright, tasty candy as weapons of war, creating a juxtaposition and irony that feels very relevant in today's society.
New York's subway is the epitome of the concrete jungle, and artist Matthew Grabelsky has taken full advantage of that metaphor, in a series that explores animal/humans riding, in all manner of style and attitude.
Amazing and hilarious miniature photography, in a series called Minimiam. The mundane becomes fascinating, and the smallest items take on a whole new perspective.
Hilarious public art by Michael Peterson turns banal spaces into clever, tongue-in-cheek installations.
French design group Les Créatonautes have a clever sense of creativity, creating visual mashups that feel both natural and absurd.
Artist Debra Broz takes the style of old ceramic figures and turns it on it's head, combining animals to create surreal, comical versions.
Gaze on a collection of vintage-style satirical paintings by artist Toni Hamel.