Fine Fun Food. This is how you can describe this Catalan restaurant in Singapore named FOC (which means ‘fire’ in Catalan) that was completed by the design studio Lagranja in 2014. The restaurant displays the colorful, playfuness and vivid lifestyle of the Catalans and here is reflected by the ‘capgrossos’ which are the giant, white papier-mâché that float above the tables or by the domino tiles that are used as a finish for the bar.
Cats That Look Like Pin Up Girls is a funny Tumblr blog that pairs the scintillating ladies found in 1940s and ’50s calendars and magazines with the modern cats of today. Which image is more arresting? Scantily clad pin-up girls are no match for these personality-filled cats! Started by Rachael Aslett, an advertising freelancer based in Perth, Australia, the Tumblr has now taken on a life of its own. Based on its runaway success, Aslett has even received an offer for a book deal.
French illustrator and graphic designer Anthony Geoffroy has created a series of caricatures featuring the characters of Breaking Bad that brings out their inner “bad guys”.
Featuring notable characters like Walter White, Gus Fring and Saul Goodman, these caricatures do not aim to make their subjects look funny—as is usually the function of a caricature—but are drawn in a style to reflect the disturbing and sinister nature that lurks within them.
Located in Altlandsberg, Germany, this shop features hundreds of bikes attached to the exterior facade. Not only is the installation fun and funky, it’s multiple stories high!
The Life of a Superhero is the name of a project by Swedish artist Andreas Englund. The project consists of some incredibly funny and photo realistic oil paintings documenting a Superhero in his day to day life; the ups, the downs, and the damn right hilarious. The series takes you through the life of this Superhero, from a toddler to an old man, and highlights the everyday struggles that can happen to the best of us.
Los Angeles-based photographer Stephanie Gonot likes to play with her food. We’ve seen her artistic depiction of fad diets, and in a recent photo series for NEON magazine, she does a series of quirky food arrangements to depict office lunching habits. Gonot juxtaposes typical ‘office lunch’ food like Chinese take-out and Tupperware meals with office stationery, creating compositions that are fun and refreshing.
Doraemon is a very popular Japanese manga series created by Fujiko F. The series is about an earless robotic cat named Doraemon, who travels back in time from the 22nd century to aid a schoolboy, Nobita Nobi.
Panda Box has created a complete set of doraemon costume play. All of them are simply amazing.
This series of homes is just a fun way of exploring different kinds of characters by drawing the homes they live in, and how the objects in/ around them, as well the the coloring gives the viewer hints as to what kind of person/ creature dwells there.
Arun Raj belongs to India and he is exceptionally talented and devoted graphic designer. He very skillfully designed each typography poster in which we see words as actions. Each picture depicts the idea of its own.With the word of “jump” he created the jumping effect in typography as letter “p” is spinning & giving a soaring and skipping influence to the respective word.
“Well, I have been poking around for a while hoping to make people aware of color and shape, and of non-existing space. In Joint I transformed a little area into something new and unexpected, joking around with color and shape while not knowing where it would lead – just having fun, and working through ways that would perhaps mislead the audience.”
Henriëtte van ’t Hoog