Category Archives: Fun

FUN: Clients From Hell!

I’m a photographer who covers a large, fairly rural area with their business. Travel time and cost is often a price-affecting factor, as it can vary greatly. I was asked to produce a quote for an event.

Client: Please ensure the fee you quote covers the cost of traveling to the venue.

Me: OK, so which venue are you going to be using?

Client: Oh, we haven’t decided yet.

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FUN: Makers of Amusing

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The Crib Dribbler is the perfect Prank Pack for that friend or family member with a baby in their life or on the way! With the Crib Dribbler feeding system, baby will have the alone time it needs and its parents can enjoy some quiet time without having to tend to a hungry baby.

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VIDEO: Brian Dettmer “Old books reborn as art”

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This is a very interesting presentation. In this video Brian Dettmer explains how he creates his book sculptures.

What do you do with an outdated encyclopedia in the information age? With X-Acto knives and an eye for a good remix, artist Brian Dettmer makes beautiful, unexpected sculptures that breathe new life into old books.

VIDEO: An Animated History of Distinctive Hairstyles Representing Specific Time Periods Within the 20th Century

The history of hairstyles in the 20th century is a lively one, from the Gibson Girl’s chignon to the conk, which was worn by musicians like Sam Cooke in the 1920s, to Lucille Ball’s poodle cut, and of course, feathered hair made famous by Farrah Fawcett. It was a century of fast-paced fashions, made memorable by the identities showcased by hairstyle.

ARTICLE: 20 Creative Drawings Completed Using Everyday Objects By Christoph Niemann


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Christoph Niemann is an artist who’s bursting at the seams with creativity. When he’s not drawing clever and insightful cartoons for the New York Times and other prestigious publications, he creates clever illustrations for fun, using everyday objects to enrich and complete his daily creations.

Niemann calls the drawings his “Sunday Sketches” and fits them in between his more serious illustrations, which include both political cartoons and column illustrations for the Times Magazine and the New Yorker.

We’re big fans of using everyday objects to create drawings because it’s such a fun and inclusive art form! Javier Perez and Gilbert Legrand are just two of the many artists we’ve covered who love this artform!

If you like Niemann’s work, check out his books on Amazon as well! Read on to see his answers to Bored Panda’s questions about his work.

EXAMPLE: ‘Sports Huevos’, Fun Plastic Molds That Shape Hard-Boiled Eggs Into Edible Golf, Tennis, or Miniature Soccer Balls

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Sports Huevos are fun plastic molds that shape hard-boiled eggs into edible golf balls, tennis balls, or miniature soccer balls (footballs). Created by Israeli designer Avichai Tadmor (previously), the Sports Huevos molds are available at Monkey Business for $12 a piece.

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ARTICLE: Canada’s New Passport’s reveal hidden images under UV Light


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The Canadian passport has potentially earned the unexpected distinction of being the coolest passport to pull out at a rave. The pages of the new passport (released in mid-2013) are covered in fun and colorful UV-reactive images that can only be seen under a blacklight.