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The most hilariously effective signs supporting gay marriage. posted 05/09/2012 Political protests are always a little more fun when the protesters are a little more fabulous. Yesterday's vote to put a gay marriage ban in North Carolina's constitution was a depressing setback, only to be followed by today's far more encouraging, long-awaited support for same-sex marriage by President Obama. The writing appears to be on the wall for opponents of marriage equality. That's a little bittersweet, since the writing on these pro-gay marriage protest signs is entertaining enough that we're definitely going to miss them when the battle is finally over nationwide.
The best unintentionally sexual church signs. Jesus is the ultimate friend with benefits. These inadvertently erotic billboards spotted outside various places of worship look like the work of some extremely naive — or severely repressed — church employees.
The Malaysian artist Chow Hon Lam has made some very funny but clever illustrations that also includes a touch of irony. The artist himself thinks that even if you are an animal, an object or some sort of food, you have something to say even though you can’t speak. Therefore Hon Lam wants to create and tell their story to the world When people confront him about it, he just say: “I guess they must have something to say … Trust me, I try to communicate with them!” In the illustrations you can see how a the milk in a cow’s body is emptying itself while milking, gingerbread men creating themselves, a golfer breaking the sky with his golfball, etc. Others have done similar illustrations showing how the world would be if everything was different and upside down in our lives. In the visual art world, illustrators have sometimes been considered less important in comparison with fine artists and graphic designers.
4/12/2010 under Strange Stories - by Grace Murano - TAGS: an ironic story The artist who was asked to paint the headmaster who expelled him An artist who was thrown out of school and told he would 'never amount to much' was commissioned to paint a portrait of the headmaster who expelled him 55 years before. David Ingham was thrown out of Ermysted's Grammar School as a 12-year -old by Marcelus Forster. But the 67-year-old, who went on to become an art teacher himself, was approached by the school to paint a portrait of Mr Forster.
February 18, 2010 by Thomas Hardy Mr. Bean groups are currently all the rage on Facebook, so we have collected the best ones to show you! If Mr. Bean Had A Bady If Mr.
7/17/2007 under Cool Ads - Advertising can be creative and even purposely funny. But sometimes, an ad on a bad place can have unexpected results! Here is a list of 15 unfortunately Placed Ads.