Andrew Weiss’ blog pays homage to the kitschy Choose Your Own Adventure novels that were popular decades ago, featuring the paragraphs that we didn’t want to read: the bad endings.
Marvel unveiled Tony Stark’s new armor for the upcoming movie Iron Man 3 at the San Diego Comic-Con. Too bad these photos were taken by Shellhead’s latest nemesis, Off-Center Man.
Ofra Lapid created miniature models of dilapidated buildings using photographs. She then photographed the models on a plain background, isolating them to further preserve their state.
SWEAR TO MEOW! Tumblr blogger GorillaSushi turned his friend’s cat Jasper into The Dark Knight, capable of killing rats just by staring at them (cue theme song). Thank goodness for Photoshop.
Andy Baio points us to a website that wins points for making pointing a pointless but fun distraction. Park your mouse cursor on the site and it will come up with a picture pointing to the cursor.
More proof that dogs in Star Wars costumes can melt hearts. This is Momo the dog dressed as an Ewok. Or is she an Ewok that looks like a dog? Also we want some of whatever it is she’s on.
Dinoprints lets you upload a picture that will then be superimposed onto a detailed illustration of a dinosaur (or a wooly mammoth) and turned into a 24″x36″ print. We hope they accept group pics.
10:1 scale replicas of Polaroid pictures. Its frame is made of wood and it has a 5,000 lumen LED back light. Choose from stock photos or send your own images to be processed and mounted.
(NSFW: Language) Mighty God King photoshopped the cover art of Atari 2600 games, interpreting the art in the titles and poking fun at the generation’s simple gameplay and primitive graphics.
Team Detroit spoofed anti-drug PSAs to promote the College for Creative Studies. No doubt some people agree with the faked sentiment, but that sliver of truth only makes the ads more effective.
Movie posters have to convey a lot in a small space, so designers rely on certain themes, layouts or designs. Here are a few tried and tested ones, collected by Christophe Courtois.
A photoblog that shows the hero in on all of us. None of the photos have been modified save for the addition of the radical turtles. Cannot be unseen. Heroes on your nostrils! Nasal power!
The Nightmares Fear Factory haunted attraction in Niagara Falls, Canada takes “Fear Pics”, candid shots of customers as they walk through one of the scariest parts of the maze. Videos here.
Stock Logos lines up the past logos of famous companies and then predicts what their future logo might look like, tongue firmly planted in cheek. The “future” Nokia and Gap logos are priceless.
A website dedicated to the greatest of growths. The Beardly uploads pictures of men with majestically maned chins along with snarky advice and funny “beardreavements”. Hairless gonna hate.
In exchange for the ability to pee practically anywhere if necessary, us guys have to deal with controlling our, erm, stream, as shown in this hilarious print by Jamie Smart. Freakin’ number 8!
Viktor Hertz uses his image manipulation jutsu to poke fun at popular brands. Some of the logos are funnier than others while many are exaggerated, but they all look just like the real deal.
Someone went to photo sharing site 4chan and asked for a drawing of Link and a character called Raven “standing next to each other getting ready to fire a bow at an enemy.” Request granted.
Pain in the ass extraordinaire David Thorne doesn’t just make life hard for clients, he trolls his colleagues as well. He got 10 formal complaints in 6 months, all for pranking the same officemate.
Those who doubt Dwight’s genius need only search for Schrute Facts. The Internet will regurgitate hundreds of nuggets of wisdom from Dwight Schrute. Make sure you say them in his voice.
Redditor whynow found the best re-telling of how Bruce Wayne became a superhero at a Chinese dollar store, from his desire to revenging his parents’ death to his skill at stroking enemies.
A photo blog taking revenge on those who joined the rioting and looting in London, archiving their crimes while making them look even more ridiculous in their infamy. This guy got owned hard.
It’s not comprehensive by any means, but this card does cover most of the personal attacks, barbs, disclaimers or outright tangential comebacks that bickering commenters typically resort to.
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