Turns out there’s an online community on Reddit with almost 68,000 active members that spend their days stapling bread to trees and sharing their experience online. We truly live in an amazing time! More info: Reddit (h/t: sadanduseless ) The post There’s An Online Community About Stapling Bread To Trees
This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase, My Modern Met may earn an affiliate commission. Please read our disclosure for more info. Are you familiar with the meme “If it fits, I sits” (which plays on how cats are prone to squeezing into awkward places)? Well, Russian artist
Square Sayings creates funny quotes written on squares in which it is easy to recognize oneself. Becoming more and more popular on the internet, and especially on Instagram where this ironic artistic project has more than 60K subscribers, followers of these funny little sentences can also purchase their favourite «mantra».
Tired of cable news talking heads screaming at each other about the border wall crisis and the government shutdown? Overwhelmed by the fusillade of administration lies? Unsure about the real facts? Well, we’ve got a handy guide to all the falsehoods you’ll likely hear tonight in President Trump’s big immigration
On show at the GX Gallery in Camberwell London, this February, Sylvia Libedinsky: The Art of the Absurd brings together a remarkable body of work by an artist whose wry humour and distinctive 2D and 3D graphic art defies categorisation. Source: Remarkable, witty artworks by Sylvia Libedinsky that understand life’s
Portrait Of An Unknown Woman – Ivan Kramskoy, 1883 In “Classicool” the subjects of the paintings abandon their classical pose and take over the canvas to literally “paint themselves”. Some of the most famous classical portraits and self-portraits in the world are reborn within the digital ecosystem of social networks.
A sculpture by artist Joseph Reginella depicts the Staten Island Ferry Octopus Disaster of 1963, during which one of the borough’s famous orange boats was dragged below the East River’s surface by an enormous, tentacled beast. (AFP pic) NEW YORK: It all started in 2016 with a bronze statue commemorating
System32Comics is a comic series that is based on computer humor. Don’t worry, you don’t need a master degree in computer science to understand their comics… they are all based off everyday experiences of using a computer. Scroll down to see them all and don’t forget to upvote and comment
NYC based street artist Tom Bob has been running amok on the streets of New York and Massachusetts for quite a while and left lots of clever and witty street art. By creating street art on common objects in the urban landscape, he’s perfectly personalizing his boring surroundings. Source: Witty