Artist Chris McMahon has a passion for buying charity shop paintings and then adding monsters to them. Using acrylics or oil paints that match the original artwork, he injects scenes with some paranormal activity. Scroll down to see the funniest examples!
Even though most of us are stuck at home during Coronavirus quarantine and can’t go out and enjoy art in museums, that doesn’t mean that life has to be boring or uncultured. The Getty Museum in Los Angeles challenged art fans to post photos of themselves recreating their favorite works of art from the safety of their homes. People responded with a lot of enthusiasm and flooded social media with their unique artistic interpretations. Scroll down to see the best examples!
What do you get when you attach a silicone oven mitt to a retractable cord that’s attached to your hip? For one, you get a weirdo that you can spot from a mile away. But besides that, you get a portable safety mitt that allows you to grab door handles, hold safety bars on the bus or subway, and touch just about anything else during these weird infectious times we currently live in. It’s shamelessly called the CovMitt-19, and it’s sold by Etsy store TheDewDrops.
When couples spend more time together than usual, they learn a lot about each other. With the Coronavirus outbreak making us stay at home, many of us are now working from home… Are you working from home too? Share your experience in comments!
Did you know that there’s a strange trend among cat owners: dragon style grooming? It’s even gaining some traction among viral Instagram trends. What’s your take on this? Leave your opinion in comments.
The creator of the Koty Vezde (Cats are Everywhere) Instagram page sees cats, well, everywhere. 29-year-old Galina Bugaevskaya from Moscow photoshops cat faces on various animals and things. It’s cute. It’s weird. It’s hilarious. It’s the second time we feature her on our site because she has made lots of new funny pics since our last post which you should check out here.
Meet Belarus, a very handsome and fluffy boy, yearning for your attention. More than 300 thousand people have already fallen in love with this loveable cross-eyed cat and his fandom continues to expand. It’s not hard to see why: his adorable little face and funny shenanigans is a great way to make your day brighter during these troublesome times.
Here’s a funny tweet list of how quarantined cats are spending their days with their owners during the COVID-19 lockdown. Let us know in comments how your cat is dealing with you being home all the time.