Graphic designer and illustrator, Nabhan Abdullatif, from Oman specializes in conceptual illustrations and vector art. His works are a collection of visual puns where he uses everyday objects in his illustrations along with clever captions.
Australian art director, photographer and illustrator Domenic Bahmann draws his inspiration from daily objects and turns them in funny artworks. Making it an inspiration for us all to take a look at the world and objects around us trying to make it into small artworks, just to brighten your day.
Some might say that having fun even in the bad situation – is stupid. But to grieve – even sillier. If life throws you lemons, make the lemonade. Everywhere you can find positive things find it.
Norwegian doodler, Helene Meldah, paints imaginary scenes and stage herself in the mirror of her bathroom. Each of her creative mirror art reflect her playful personality.
This bespectacled Spanish sketcher is to Post-It notes what Sara Lee is to meringue and gateaux: he makes them better.
Not only does he improve them aesthetically though, he imbues them with all sorts of personality, conjuring pop culture icons, cartoon characters and imaginary scenarios, whilst delivering humor and wryness by the bucketload.
Dutch artist Tineke Meirink aims to make people realize how simple things can be more fun when seen with imagination. In her series “Stop Watch” she shows us that its just more fun to take a closer look on everyday objects found on the streets that are mostly dull or even invisible to a regular person, but not to her.