HA HA. VERY PUNNY.

My love for a good pun will never die.  I can’t get enough of hearing the groans people make after you say a clever pun, it truly is priceless.  Sometimes puns could be so bad/good they can hurt.
South African graphic designer and illustrator Jaco Haasbroek puns beautifully.  He has a great sense of humor and illustrates it perfectly.  His witty humor and adorable characters will surely put a smile on any face.

Here’s an illustration that Ron Swanson would appreciate.
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The breakfast club.
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The egg-celent breakfast of champions.
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This is why piggies have curly tails.
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Different shades of T.
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Lettuce put our hands together for Jaco Haasbroek.
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http://jacohaasbroek.com/

FOOD HAVE FEELINGS TOO YOU KNOW!

Playing around with clay is super fun.  When I was a little girl loved sculpting little tiny meals for my dolls.  Granted they never looked as good as the pre-made plastic foods that Mattel manufactured.  But for a girl that couldn’t afford the expensive stuff these tiny mediocre clay foods were acceptable for my Barbies. After college i began to experiment with polymer clay and created miniature food shaped earrings and charms and even got a chance to do the craft fair/flea market circuit.  I had a great time creating these tiny detailed pieces but it sure does take lots and lots of work.  I really appreciate how much effort goes into these sculpts.

Husband and wife team Liz and Jimmy Reed are Cuddles and Rage. This creative duo creates some pretty spectacular work. Whether its sculpting or drawing comics these two have an eye for the wacky and for the witty.  These little sculpted dioramas take up a life and story of their own.  The subtle expression on each characters faces are amazing.  I am still baffled by how they get that killer texture on the clay,  it’s really quite mind blowing.

This is how doughnuts get their sprinkles.
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This burrito seemed to have spill his guts out.
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The chocolate sauce looks so realistic on this ice cream sundae its pretty amazing.  Be careful if you keep this out in front of kids or your buddies that have the munchies.
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This pancake breakup is super sad.  I’m sure most of could relate to crying tears of butter, especially Paula Deen.
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Attack of the trash zombie food.
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This pie is so vain she needed a face lift to look beautiful.
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Cookie torture device.  I like the little cookie crumbles on the bottom of the glass.  Rest in peace cookie, you were beloved.
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Ghost chilies can indeed be pretty terrifying, and delicious.
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A comfortable pea in a pod.
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Take a look at your ice before you drink it.  Are they screaming?
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What’s with this jerk orange juice just grabbing straight through the doughnut?  I understand doughnuts irritation and love the expression on his face.
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This corn dog drama is a reoccurring comic on Cuddles and Rage.  I like to see all the drama unfold, its like a morning soap opera.
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Check out this website or by some stuff on Etsy.  They are definitely one of my favorite artists out there and they are super nice people.

http://cuddlesandrage.com/

https://www.etsy.com/shop/CuddlesAndRage

A PROFOUND KAWAII.

The cutesy or “kawaii” style of art has always put a smile on my face.  I’m just a sucker for inanimate objects with dot eyes and mischievous smiles.

Malaysian artist Suah Wei Hong aka ‘Kuso Design‘ has been creating some amazing work.  Though they may look cute on the outside, these images are simple and profound.  They tell the life lessons of love, loss and family.  Yes, they have cute eyes but they still manage to evoke some strong emotions out of even the hardest heart.  I think the artist was smart using solid background colors to really showcase these characters.

Salmon Roe fight?  Just siblings playing around.
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Mama Salmon cooks all her meals with love.
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What about stressed out daddy Tuna?
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These cookies make me feel all the feels.
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Poor digital camera…another hard lesson taught by the cutest of characters.  Sometimes the newer model isn’t the better choice.  Its just whatever fits us best.
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This image is so simple and yet so compelling.  Loss.  Its a sonofabitch.
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The lesson of patience and birth.
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The lesson of our impending demise.
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Or sometimes its a just a play on words.
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http://kusodesign.deviantart.com/
https://www.facebook.com/kusodesign

PLAY ON WORDS PLAY WITH MY HEART.

Greek artist and t-shirt designer Teo Zirinis is the clever mind behind HandsOffMyDinosaur!
His art has a great blend of puns, pop culture references and whimsy.
Whether its inanimate objects doing something silly, a play on words or your favorite character doing something out of character all of his work is great fun.

Pizzas have scary tales to tell around a campfire too.
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The  delicious truth about Bloody Mary.
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I’m not sure if I’ll ever look at gumball machines the same again.
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The Iron Fry Throne.  Only the one true cheeseburger may rule the seven kingdoms.
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Dhalsim brings the heat to this ‘Street Barbecue’.  We all knew E. Honda would come to the party, being a heavy man that enjoys a steak or two.  I’m happy Zangief could make the party as well.
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Collecting those crystal blue rupees.
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The true danger of burned toast.
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A cheesy pun.
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“To be, or not to be:  that is the question.”  What else can Skeletor do at Castle Grayskull besides read tons of Shakespeare?
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What about Ring Kong?  This play on words is so simple and amazing.  I wonder if Peter Jackson would be down to throw a quick film together.  I would so be there!
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http://www.handsoffmydinosaur.com/
http://society6.com/artist/teozirinis