Check out this collection of artists addressing the coronavirus in their own creative, and often funny way.
Who knew putting some cartoon eyes and a mouth on pieces of food could make for such clever, hilarious characters?
These absurdist yet charming photographs of seniors showcase the work of Norwegian-Finnish artist duo Karoline Hjorth and Riitta Ikonen, who are referencing characters from Nordic folklore.
Artist Amber Share creates national park posters based off real, one-star Yelp reviews. God help us.
Take a look at Tiago Silva's cleverly timed and arranged photos, that create visual illusions.
Max Siedentopf provokes us with his series "How to Survive a Deadly Global Virus".
We love the irreverence of Eric Joyner's art, who has a deep interest in an unlikely duo, robots and donuts.
In our era of Photoshop, anything really is possible, visually. Take these photo manipulations by Martijn Schrijver, which push the world of animals and landscapes to new, often hilarious levels.
A collection of vintage Valentine's Day cards brings the nostalgia (and pun level) to new heights.
Oscar-Nominated films are all well and good, but replace the leading man or woman with a corgi? Now we're talking.
A hilarious and impossible series of accidents by designer Romain Laurent.
This bespoke, tennis ball-studded, 3D printed dog house was created for an auction to benefit the SPCA of Texas, a nonprofit animal shelter.
In Chris Labrooy's latest project, a cabin in the woods has merged with a vintage Volvo station wagon, in a strange yet captivating partnership.
Artist Chris Toledo creates 1:12 scale models that are so realistic, it's hard to believe they're not full size. Only when a real-scale object is placed in the scenes does the magic of his work come to life.