Wild animal photography is often serious business, but the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards prove that you can find humor in nearly any setting. Now in their fourth year, the competition reveals some of the world’s most stereotypically “tough” creatures doing things that’ll make you laugh. Earlier in 2018, they shared some of the funniest pictures submitted so far. They’ve since narrowed down the selection from over 2,000 entries to just 41 finalists.
Self-described “Humorist, Photographer, [and] Earthling” Terry Border brings everyday objects to life with hand-sculpted wiry limbs and household props.
A child’s imagination is a wonderful thing, but as we get older, it becomes clear that the silly ideas we...
Instagram has proven to be a bastion of some of the most strange celebrity portraits, and Australian comedian Celeste Barber is ready and eager to point out just how ridiculous they really are. In her long-running series called #CelesteChallengeAccepted, she posts side-by-side photos of herself (and sometimes her husband) mimicking the bizarre images of celebrities and high fashion models.
In the past, we’ve seen many creatives bring funny kids’ drawings to life in the form of cuddly toys, wearable...
Whether you love them or hate them, the art of the pun should not be punderestimated (sorry)
Ever wonder how subjects from iconic classical paintings would behave if they lived today? Hungary-based photojournalist Márton Neményi used his Photoshop skills to visualize just that. For his latest playful series, the artist re-worked classic masterpieces to superimpose famous faces—including Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and Grant Wood’s American Gothic farmer couple—into modern music festival scenes. Neményi created his digital collages using photos he took at this year’s Sziget Festival in Budapest.
A post shared by Tammy Ricks (@roadlesstraveled11) on Aug 18, 2018 at 10:43am PDT Animals are the best photobombers.
It’s only August, but we’re already looking forward to the beginning of 2019 thanks to an adorable (and rather hilarious)
Weddings are a lot of pressure, especially for the bride and groom. You’re trying to celebrate your love while planning a fun party for your guests. And when the day arrives, you’ve also got to pose for hours in front of the camera. It’s enough to make anyone a little stressed!
In 1989, Madonna sang the song “Express Yourself,” imploring listeners to do just that.
MCU back of head with outdoorsy hat 🎩 #personaloneinthewild A post shared by Insta Repeat (@insta_repeat)