If there was a better way to troll entitled folks and their frustrating demands, well we'd have to see it. As for artists who deliberately make bad art to mess with people who want free stuff, we're all for it.
Ben Hed, commonly known as Pet_Foolery, has done it again! Besides his famous 'Pixie and Brutus' comics, he also creates any animal-related comics, and seems to really enjoy including dinosaurs into that animal-mix!
And what's a better dinosaur film than Jurassic Park? If you have yet to see Jurassic Park (for some unknown and truly confusing reason), you may not understand just how "clever" this comic truly is. If you have seen the film, then you'll get it without question or a doubt.
If you're looking for more dino-related comics by Ben Hed, we've got you covered!
A photo that can convey so much emotion, thought, and simplicity. Those photos are worth more than 1000 words.
All of the following images below capture those elements, some beautifully, and others in a surprising, yet funny way. Even humorous images can say 1000 words without saying anything at all.
If you want to be left even more speechless, check out last week's photos.
Meet the talented Em Paquin, an animation student who desperately wanted a cat. We came across some of her lovely re-created digital paintings of popular cat images online and reached out to ask her to explain the meaning behind this project and the goal of painting 100 cats.
Em explains that the project was originally titled, "Day __ of drawing cats until my parents let me adopt one." Em continues to reveal her longing for a cat of her own, "I wanted so desperately to adopt a cat, and being home for quarantine was the perfect time to introduce a new furball to the family. The only thing in my way was my parents who I've been living with, now that my college courses are online."
"These daily illustrations were a subtle way of voicing my wish to adopt a cat."
On day 21 of the project, Em brought home a new kitten named Beanie. However, Em realized how much she enjoyed drawing cats and wanted to push herself but taking it further, thus setting the goal of drawing 100 cats!
So, what will Em do the moment that goal is reached? Seeing as how she's already on Day 68, the 100th drawing isn't too far away.
"After that goal is reached, they will probably continue, maybe for a year, or maybe I won't ever stop."
Well, we're glad to hear that because we love them! Keep up the beautiful drawings, Em! Follow Em on Instagram for daily cat drawings!
The world has its unfair share of entitled folks and their frustrating demands. Sometimes people make such jaw-droppingly laughable "offers" that it's probably best to run away. For another wild piece of entitlement, here's an entitled parent who demanded a public artist make a piece just for them.
An ekans doesn't seem nearly as imposing when it looks like it could crawl out of a tailpipe. Many of us grew up with the global phenomenon of Pokémon searing its mark into our childhoods, and a lot of time has been lost on those games for good reason. This Tumblr Thread explains how the Pokémon probability system is madness. Also, here's a thread on why Mr. Mime is the creepiest Pokémon.
Who doesn't appreciate a good piece of classic artwork? A lot of people unfortunately, but for those who do, these pictures could be in a museum. Any of these scenes could be easily found on any art museum wall. But some of them are closer to paintings than others, which do you think captured it most?
Noriyoshi Ohrai is a Japanese illustrator with a prolific 50-year career spanning multiple popular culture franchises, including Star Wars, Metal Gear, and, since 1984, the Godzilla pantheon. Although the daikaiju has undergone numerous transformations at the hands of different creative directors, no one has quite captured Godzilla's awesome terror quite like Ohrai did.