The axe bit a little too well. This was a cartoon strip “Adamson” in Iceland circa 1920. – Via Retronaut.
That’s one priceless heirloom over there. – Via Book Of Joe.
Ever wondered how these two popular animated family would look like their features got swapped? Deviantartist Cart00nlion saw how they’d look like and rendered them. – Via Blame It On The Voices.
Now there’s a reason why there’s a regifting. Oh, and it’s for sale on eBay. Pass on the torment to somebody you love. – Via Nag On The Lake.
If the Star Wars characters ever needed a business card to introduce themselves to people, this would likely be the low-tech kitschy versions. Still, we’d want to collect them all. – Via The Mary Sue.
Natalie Luder made these realistic bacon scarves. And they’re flying off Wearing this will make you stop fretting over the impending shortage of bacon. – Via Cakehead Loves Evil.
Should the zombie apocalypse arise (knock on wood), some enterprising artist decided to make zombified versions of popular corporate logos. Neat! – Via Inspiration Feed.
Reality candy coated. Darren Lago made this inedible Candy Colts made of tinted resin and glass. – Via Things Organized Neatly.
This rather off putting sculpture is both funny and yet so lyrical. Bliss can also be found in togetherness. And during death. – Via This Isnt Happiness.
Can you guess? – Via Imgur.