The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Kate Curtis

Kate Curtis is an experienced award-winning art director, illustrator and painter with a career history encompassing senior creative positions in major Australian advertising agencies. Not only has she been widening her focus to include graphic novels and children’s books, more recently her cartoons have appeared in The New Yorker magazine. Her social media following is quite small, so she may be not so well-known outside Australia, so check out her Instagram account and show her some love!

Cartoon by Kate Curtis.

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Man Slings Pizzas Into The Wild, Calls It Art. Is This Art?

Inspired by the littered streets of Los Angeles, photographer Jonpaul Douglass finds his muse in uncut pepperoni pizzas flung amongst urban and suburban landscapes. His ongoing series “Pizza In The Wild” began in 2013 when he was having too much free time and decided to create something purely for fun. We are confused, is this art or not? What do you think? Let us know in the comments below!

Pizza in the wild.

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The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Frank Cotham

Frank Cotham’s work has been seen regularly around the world, for over three decades now, in the pages of The New Yorker, so he is the guy responsible for all those cartoons that make you chuckle awkwardly in The New Yorker because you don’t fully understand them but laugh anyway to seem sophisticated. He’s like the magician of the cartoon world, turning confusing social situations into hilariously cryptic drawings. Scroll down to see some of the funniest examples!

Cartoon by Frank Cotham.

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The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Ken Krimstein

Ken Krimstein is a cartoonist, author, and educator whose work appears in The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Chicago Tribune. He teaches at DePaul University and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Soon his latest book Einstein in Kafkaland will be released, you can pre-order it on Amazon. Scroll down to see some of his funniest cartoons!

Cartoon by Ken Krimstein.

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Instagram Reality: When People Fail To Use Filters (Part 2)

You have probably using Instagram for long enough to have definitely noticed that many people use filters, however some don’t know when to stop and overdo it. The r/InstagramReality subreddit happily sheds light on those who take things too far. While the appeal of matching your photos with athletes or supermodels is understandable, taking it to such extreme is absurd. The addiction is real. Don’t do it. Just say no! P.S. Check out Part 1 here.

Instagram filters fail.

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Bathing In Beans: People Are Actually Doing It

In the realm of human oddities, there exists a particularly peculiar pastime that has captured our curiosity: bathing in beans. Yes, you read that correctly. While most of us might enjoy a bowl of baked beans as a side dish, there are those who prefer to be fully immersed in the leguminous delight. Is this funny or just plain idiotic waste of food? Let us know in the comments below!

Some people just love bathing in beans...

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Famous Book Titles as Interpreted by Hugleikur Dagsson

Icelandic cartoonist Hugleikur Dagsson is a master of dark humor and offensive jokes. As the artist states on his site, he has been “breathing air and making jokes” ever since he was born. Here we have collected some of his best cartoons from his famous books series, but you can see more of his stuff in this cartoons gallery or by getting one of his many books on Amazon.

Famous book title as interpreted by Hugleikur Dagsson.

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The Funniest Multi-Panel Comics by Nicholas Gurewitch

Nicholas Gurewitch is the creator behind The Perry Bible Fellowship webcomic. It first appeared in the Syracuse University newspaper The Daily Orange in 2001. The comics are usually three or four panels long, and are generally characterized by the juxtaposition of whimsical childlike imagery or fantasy with morbid, sudden or unexpected surreal humor. Common subjects include ironical occurrences, religion, sex, war, science fiction, suicide, violence, and death. Scroll down to see some of the best examples and check out The Perry Bible Fellowship Almanack for even more!

Comic by Nicholas Gurewitch.

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