Artist Illustrates Funny Conversations He Has Overheard

It's supposedly rude to eavesdrop on other people's conversations, but where are you going to hear inane rambling, deranged conspiracy theories or conversations so vapid they lower your IQ if you don't eavesdrop?

Writers, artists and other students of human nature love to eavesdrop because it gives them real life reference for their works, and illustrator Avner Geller has heard so many stupid and funny conversations he decided to start drawing them all.

Avner calls his project #ThingsThatIHear, and it all started with a real-life first world problem he overheard in the wild:

The idea for “#ThingsThatiHear” arrived when I was visiting a cookware store in Los Angeles. A young woman was looking at her phone and gave a big sigh, turned to her friend decisively and exclaimed, “He wants to go to Bali. But I say Fiji!” I couldn’t help but laugh. The absurdity of this “first world problem” was too much. From that moment on I started to catch all sorts of real-life conversations, that eventually turned into these illustrations.

The characters in the world of “#ThingsThatiHear” are people we all know: They are our office mates who complain to us about the daily grind. They are the awful online date we are trying so hard to forget. They are the people silently stalking our Facebook. More than anything they are the US when we think no one is listening.

See more from I Often Overhear People Say Funny Things, So I Started Illustrating Them here


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Stephen King: THE DESK

Stephen King has written many scary stories about inanimate objects, from The Mangler to Christine to The Monkey, but the scariest object he ever had to face was The Desk, which he thought would be a dream come true.

As you'll see in this comic by Zen Pencils, Stephen bought the massive oak desk in 1981 and proceeded to write some of his most famous novels behind it, but the desk only served to make him feel like an alien in his own home...

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Darth Vader With A Regular Job

The Empire excels at taking planets by force, or destroying them outright should the planet's inhabitants choose not to submit, so their coffers are overflowing and their Sith commanders are paid well.

But had Darth allowed one more Death Star to be destroyed or failed to eliminate one more race of furry teddy bear creatures he may have been let go, forcing him to find a 9 to 5 and earn his credits like a lowly moisture farmer.

Photographer Michaël Massart imagined what Darth would look like if he had to take a severe pay cut and work some Joe job as a car wash worker, dishwasher or bus driver, and it seems even at his lowest point Darth still has henchmen.

Michaël does a good job of giving Darth and his two guards plenty of personality even though they're wearing full armor, and when he incorporates the lightsaber into the bit he does it just right.

See Photographer Reimagines What Would Happen If Darth Vader Faced Financial Crisis here


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Watch Dr. Hunter S. Thompson Burn His Christmas Tree

Hunter S. Thompson was an unconventional man to say the least, but he still liked to celebrate the holidays by putting up a Christmas tree just like an average Joe.

However, Hunter disposed of his tree in a way many of us wish we could but few would dare to attempt- by  incinerating it in a post-holiday blaze of glory in his fireplace.

Hunter demonstrated his Christmas tree disposal technique to TIME magazine writer Sam Allis when Sam visited Hunter's Colorado home in 1990, telling his secretary Deborah Fuller:

"Let’s give the journalist a memorable experience to write about. He needs to learn how to burn the creosote out of a chimney. We can’t run the risk of a chimney fire during the year.”

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Sam had this to say about the day he witnessed Hunter's version of Christmas cheer:

“I gave up on the interview and started worrying about my life when Hunter Thompson squirted two cans of fire starter on the Christmas tree he was going to burn in his living-room fireplace, a few feet away from an unopened wooden crate of 9-mm bullets. That the tree was far too large to fit into the fireplace mattered not a whit to Hunter, who was sporting a dime-store wig at the time and resembled Tony Perkins in Psycho. Minutes earlier, he had smashed a Polaroid camera on the floor.”

Hunter had decided to videotape the Christmas tree burning, and we later heard on the replay the terrified voices of Deborah Fuller, his longtime secretary-baby sitter, and me off-camera pleading with him, “NO, HUNTER, NO! PLEASE, HUNTER, DON’T DO IT!” The original manuscript of Hell’s Angels was on the table, and there were the bullets. Nothing doing. Thompson was a man possessed by now, full of the Chivas Regal he had been slurping straight from the bottle and the gin he had been mixing with pink lemonade for hours.

Read more about Fear & Loathing at Christmas at Dangerous Minds


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Truly Messed Up Storylines From The Pages Of The Flash

Batsy isn't the only one who has witnessed, and done, some dark deeds in the DC Universe, because the Flash has quickly become one seriously dark dude!

(If you watch the CW show then you probably know some of these storylines already, but if not be warned there are spoilers ahead.)

Barry Allen has had his psyche damaged by a past he cannot escape (the death of his mother) and the earth shattering results of his actions (Flashpoint) but nobody got in to Barry's head like his nemesis Zoom.

Zoom made it his mission in life to take down the Flash no matter the cost, and as far as super villains without a conscience go Zoom ranks up there with the likes of Darkseid and the Joker in terms of body count.

But one kill in particular caused Barry to forego his heroic ethics and kill Zoom with impunity- the death of his wife Iris West.

Zoom murdered Iris because he was in love with her too, and because he had a psychotic infatuation with watching Barry suffer, but despite his anger the Flash let Zoom live- so Zoom showed up a few years later to kill Barry's new fiance on their wedding day.

Barry couldn't bear to see another woman he loved get killed by Zoom, so he took matters into his own hands- by snapping Zoom's neck before he could deliver the killing blow. It was a justifiable homicide, but it still took its toll on Barry's state of mind...

See 6 Flash Comics Way Darker Than Any Batman Story here


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Why Did Soap Operas Look Different From Other TV Shows?

You don't have to be a cinematographer to notice that soap operas always looked a bit different than the other shows on TV, and while most people chalk this up to cheap production values there's more to it than that.

Soap operas had to deal with a lot of problems other TV shows didn't have, such as evenly lighting an entire set so the characters can move around, and multiple cameras can be used, without resetting the lights.

They also shot soaps on videotape instead of film, which made the whole show look "off" when combined with the lighting:

Backlighting, part of the three-point lighting setup often used in television production, helps "lift" actors out of the background. This is especially useful for productions that are shot on a lower-quality medium and in small interior sets, which soaps often are. The problem is that shooting on videotape on a small set can reduce the subtlety of the lighting technique. Actors in the foreground often wind up very noticeably backlit, something that doesn't happen on shows with larger sets, or shows that are recorded on film.

Read Why Did Soap Operas Look DIfferent From Other TV Shows? at Mental Floss


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Embrace Your Dark Side With These Black Metal Comics

Black metal fans aren't known for their sense of humor, and they seem like they'd be too busy applying corpse paint to their faces and adding spikes to every article of clothing they own to read comics.

But it turns out black metal fans laugh, cry and have hearts that bleed just like the rest of us, and they even form little black metal families that pray to the dark gods of metal before sitting down to supper.

Or maybe these black metal families only exist in the panels of these Belzebubs comics by Finnish artist JP Ahonen, because a real-life family of black metal fanatics would get far too many visits from social workers...and exorcists.

See more from Embrace Your Dark Side With These Awesome Black Metal Comics here


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How Star Wars was Saved in the Edit

George Lucas made a little movie back in 1976. You may have heard of it. Star Wars was unwatchable to the few filmmakers who got to see it. But it was an important project for Lucas, one he'd already poured his best efforts into. So they went back and re-edited the entire thing. When I say "they," I mean the production team, but the magic that took place in the re-edit was due to the talents of Marcia Lucas, George's wife at the time.  

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David Welsh of RocketJump Film School goes through how the rough cut was changed into what we now know as Star Wars: A New Hope. You'll see a lot of the rough footage that was either deleted or changed -and even more important, why it was changed. You can see why Marcia Lucas won an Oscar for editing the movie (along with Paul Hirsch and Richard Chew). -via Metafilter   


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Who Knew Dragons Poop Bricks Of Pure Gold?

Cracking up at the thought of someone pooping may seem a bit juvenile to most, but the image of a dragon crapping a brick of gold is just plain funny no matter your age or maturity level.

Seeing a centaur poop on a human toilet is similarly hilarious, especially when they struggle to wipe, but a merman sitting on a toilet is anticlimactic because they don't have a butt.

However, put all of these mythical poopers together and you've got the making of one fantastic commercial for the Squatty Potty!

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The Time Builders Made An Exact Replica Of The Simpsons House

The Simpsons' home is one of the most iconic houses in television history, and the fact that the house is featured so prominently in every episode makes it instantly recognizable to anyone who's ever watched the show.

Which is why the Fox network decided it would make a great grand prize for some lucky Simpsons fanatic out there, so they hired homebuilders Kaufman and Broad (now KB Homes) to make an exact replica of 742 Evergreen Terrace.

The replica Simpsons house was built in Henderson, Nevada in 1997, but when the winner Barbara Howard was offered either the house or $75k cash she took the cash because the house was too far away from her family farm.

The original Simpsons replica home featured rooms decorated to look just like the original, a replica of Bart's Treehouse in the backyard and an El Barto tag on the side of the house painted by Matt Groening himself.

Sadly, the fact that Barbara didn't take the house meant it became just another piece of commercial property, and the new owners took it from totally toon-tastic to bland and boring when it was sold in 2001.

Here's a fun video via AV Club showing pop culture archaeologist Adam The Woo visiting the formerly fun home back in 2015:

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Popular Super Powers That Are Actually Totally Impractical

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Comic book nerds dream of having super powers because we believe these powers will make our lives better in some way, but when we really analyze what it means to have certain powers the cons far outweigh the pros.

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Now I wouldn't exactly call bone claws a super power, but I also wouldn't call them a practical thing to have around at the flick of a wrist, especially if you have pets or small children in your home.

Nightcrawler made teleportation look like a really cool power, but there would be too much pressure to get your jumps just right for it to be practical.

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And the classics super speed and super strength seem like they'd be handy on paper, but the human body isn't built to handle that kind of stress so using your power would mess you up but good.

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Read the AskReddit thread "What is a popular superpower that would actually be quite impractical if you tried using it in the real world?" here

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How Anthony Daniels Gives C-3PO an Unlikely Dash of Humanity

Anthony Daniels is 71 years old, and still playing the droid C-3PO in the Star Wars saga. C-3PO is one of the few elements of the series that never changes, since he is mechanical and is as good as new with replacement parts (even if his new arm is red). And while his creator Anakin can grow up, rule the galaxy, die, and then be called "Grandfather," C-3PO is still there to be all fussy about protocol and translate what R2D2 says.

In 1976 Daniels was appearing in a London stage production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead and was determined not to take a job on a trivial sci-fi film. Then he saw Ralph McQuarrie’s concept sketch for C-3PO. He saw something in that face. The first three Star Wars films (1977, 1980, 1983), all narrative drive and swashbuckle, still hold up. Fast-paced and funny, they repackaged an archetypal quest for revenge and reconciliation as an outer space western. Good versus evil, dark against light. Simple. R2-D2 and C-3PO are the mismatched comic relief, an intergalactic Odd Couple as Greek chorus: Threepio the neatnik Felix to R2’s slovenly Oscar, reminding the audience what’s at stake and how the principals really feel.

“You need a balance of elements in all these films. It’s a fairy story, it’s a romp. So there’s serious bits, the dangerous bits, whatever, and then occasionally the refreshment of a character who doesn’t really fit into the environment,” Daniels says. “That was another brilliance of George [Lucas], that you come back to the protocol and etiquette thing, these are the last skills ever to be required in a horrible desert surrounded by ghastly people.”

Read more about Daniels and the droid he's inhabited for 40 years at Smithsonian.


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The World Can Be A Dark And Oppressive Place For "CHILDREN"

Most children lead very well-ordered lives thanks to the adults who have control over them, and since adults deem kids unfit to make important life decisions on their own we make our children do whatever we think is best for them.

Kids quickly learn to fall in line as they wake up, get ready, go to school, come home and do homework each day, but after years of lining up and doing what they're told some kids just can't help but lose control.

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CHILDREN is a creepy animated short by Takuya Okada that reminds me of segments from Pink Floyd's The Wall and makes you think about how regimented the lives of some children can be, and how this can affect their state of mind.


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When You're Too Mature To Play

'Ever had one of those friends who was constantly making fun of you for enjoying the geeky side of life?

It's like they're afraid to embrace their geeky side because they might end up looking less "mature", which someone important to them claims to be the most important thing in life.

But, as this For Lack Of A Better Comic comic shows. people who spend too much time worrying about being "mature" and don't stop to have any fun often end up bored, alone and utterly boring to be around. How mature of them!

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An Eerily Poetic Animated Short About A Paranoid Man Living Alone During The Winter

Living alone can be hard on your head and your heart, as loneliness takes its toll on your state of mind and leaves you feeling like a shadow of your former self.

But it's especially hard during the winter when you long for the warmth and the light provided by the company of another human being, even if you couldn't stand them before they moved away and left you alone with your overactive imagination... (NSFW language)

WINSTON from Aram Sarkisian on Vimeo.

WINSTON is a creepy yet poetic animated short created by Aram Sarkisian for his senior project at CalArts. The mature storytelling and great looking animation style prove once again that CalArts is a cut above the rest!

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Life Finds A Way In "Nova"

Sci-fi movies make living on another planet look like a great big adventure, but when your planet is barren and boring those sci-fi stories sound like nothing but baloney.

And when you're bored and lonely on a barren planet you look to the stars for entertainment, hoping sometone or something will drop down and give your life meaning again.

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Nova is a fun CGI student film from The Animation School in South Africa which I've nicknamed "Life, uh, finds a way".


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Are You Lost In The World Like Me?

It's easier than ever for people to distract themselves and stay distracted by their smartphones and tablets, because looking around means facing the fact that the world is becoming more dystopian by the day.

But you can only hide from the truth for so long, and if you spend too much time hiding your head in the digital sand you're likely to miss the moment when you go from being a flesh and blood human to a tech zombie.

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Are You Lost In The World Like Me? is a dark and disturbing animated music video drawn in an old timey style by the amazingly talented animator Steve Cutts, created for the song by Moby & The Void Pacific Choir.


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Every "Civilization" Game Ever

If you've never played a "civilization" game but you enjoy games like SimCity, Roller Coaster Tycoon or The Sims then I encourage you to check out one of the original Sid Meier's Civilization games and see what you think about building an empire from scratch.

But, as this Arcade Rage comic shows, you should know you're gonna wait for hours for units, resources and structures to be built- until your carefully constructed kingdom is destroyed by invading armies in mere minutes. But then you get to start all over again so...yay?

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This Cosplayer Makes Costumes Out Of Whatever Material She Can Get Her Hands On

Cosplayers become ever more resourceful as they master the art of costuming and fabrication, and as their skills progress they discover shops in town are full of materials that can be used to create badass costumes.

Cosplayer Nina Mkhoiani has all the skills but few of the supplies available in her home town of Tbilisi, Georgia, so she has to craft her costumes out of whatever is available at her local  "construction material shops or shoemaking markets".

Her ability to use odd materials like insulation foam covered in magazines, paper mache and PVC scraps to make such amazing looking costumes and props is an inspiration, proving where there's a will there's a way- even in cosplay.

See I Spend Hours Creating Cosplay Costumes From "Nothing" here


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Playing Star Wars in Public

These guys got a little too excited when they found new lightsabers for sale, so they had to take it outside. And the fun was only beginning! But they kept getting hassled. It turns out that "We're making a YouTube video" doesn't excuse everything.

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Soon the game expanded beyond Star Wars to include Pokemon, Harry Potter, and Spider-Man! Yes, all geeks enjoy a good lightsaber battle.  -via Geeks Are Sexy


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Reasons Why Sports Fans And Anime Fans Are The Same Thing

People who are obsessed with sports like to think of themselves as something other than geeky, but the truth is anyone who is obsessed with something to that degree is a geek.

Geeks are proud to be geeky, while sports fans act macho and make fun of geeks even though they also dress up in costumes, cry when their favorite character leaves the show.

They also can't perform any of the feats they see on the screen, even though they really wish they could- just like an anime geek.

If you know a rabid sports fan who is in denial about their geeky nature show them this comic strip by Charles Higson and convince them once and for all there's very little difference between their nerdy passion and yours.

See 6 Reasons Sports Fans And Anime Fans Are The Same Thing here


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None Of That!

Working as a security guard in a museum seems like a sweet gig, and if the Night At The Museum series has any truth to it spending the night inside an empty museum can also be quite a magical experience.

But when some holier-than-thou do-gooder sneaks into your museum and tries to censor the artistic nudes your magical mystery shift turns into a night in hell.

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None Of That is another great animated short from the Ringling College of Art and Design with a perfect punchline that'll make you say "holy crap that's funny!".


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Training for Star Wars

There's more to saving the galaxy than delivering your lines. If you're going to be in a Star Wars film, you're probably going to have to fight someone at some time. That requires physical stamina, choreography, and lots of training.

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In this behind-the-scenes video from Star Wars, Daisy Ridley, Gwendoline Christie, Kelly Marie Tran, John Boyega, and Adam Driver talk about the extra time they had to put in just getting ready for the more physical scenes in The Last Jedi. So we know who's going to do the fighting, although that's not what you'd call a surprising spoiler. Don't miss Ridley whacking herself in the head with her staff. -via Tastefully Offensive


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That's One Way To Get People To Go To Your Tea Party

When my sister was a kid she used to have a hard time finding real life friends to come to her tea party so she would sit down with her stuffed animals and the cat, which was a good enough guest list for her most of the time.

My dad and I were available if she insisted on having a human at her tea party so she never had to use the Dark Arts to summon guests, which was lucky for us because brimstone stains are really hard to get out of the carpet! (Comic by War And Peas)

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Freddy, Jason and Chucky Star In Two And A Half Slashers

In some ways Chucky can be seen as the little brother to all the older and more experienced slashers, and if he had to choose two big brothers to guide him down his bloody path he'd probably choose Freddy and Michael Myers.

And since these two bloody idols have never tangled on film it's possible that they're long lost brothers, the perfect fiendish fellows to show a shrimpy little creep like Chucky how to cut grown-ups down at the knees.

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Emojis That Look Completely Different On Different Smartphones

Emojis are either a really cool feature for messaging apps or a dumb and useless gimmick depending on who you ask, but the fact that we're all using smartphones these days means we see emojis all the time.

And even though people love to argue about discuss what certain emojis actually mean they should really be discussing why each phone company has to have a different look for their emojis.

Don't they know their interpretation of these emojis will only end up fueling further debate about what each emoji actually means?

Here are two examples that show how some companies (mainly Samsung) seem to miss the point entirely with their versions of popular emojis:

1. FACE WITH ROLLING EYES

3 different face with rolling eyes emojis from Apple, Google, and Samsung

Apple: Way to miss the point.
Google: Ugh. Oh boy. Nice one. NOT!
Samsung: Heh, heh. Neato.

2. SNAKE

3 different snake emojis from Apple, Google, and Samsung

Apple: Beware!
Google: Beware?
Samsung: Aww. Snakey-poo.

See 22 Emojis That Look Completely Different On Different Phones at Mental Floss


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Illustrator Re-Imagines The Stranger Things Characters As Adorable Figurines

Even though Will, Eleven, Dustin and the rest of the Stranger Things crew have proven they're way tougher than the average tweens they're also a bunch of cuties, which makes them the perfect subjects for a line of toys.

And even though a line of Stranger Things Funko Pop and action figures have been released these toys fail to capture the characters' cuteness as well as these concept models created by Venezuelan designer Chocotoy.

The Chocotoy version of Dustin is so adorable you just wanna pinch his cheeks and give him a big ol' hug, just like the real life version, and even though Eleven looks a bit bizarre her bitchin' nature still shines through.

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Going To Conventions - Expectations Vs. Reality

Fandom conventions are such a big deal these days the internet can't stop buzzing about them all, and if you look at all the pics online you'll start to believe these Cons are magical affairs where a nerd's dreams can come true.

But as soon as you arrive at your first major convention you realize the crowds and the lines are going to kill most of your time- and kill your drive to attend another Con.

The stories also claim Cons are a great place to meet your favorite comic creators, but you know what happens when "we discover that our idols are very ordinary men and women".

This colorful comic by JHALL will show you what to actually expect when you're Con bound, and while the expectations hardly ever match the reality you'll still love that Con feel if you just embrace the pain.

See Going To Conventions: Expectations Vs. Reality here


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Cartoon Network Artist Draws Strange Comics For People With A Strange Sense Of Humor

Some comic strips make a little too much sense, with observations that hit the nail right on the head and give us those "that's what I was thinking!" moments, but sometimes a straight up silly comic is just what we need to unwind.

And no comic serves up simple silliness and radical ridiculousness quite like Nathan Bulmer's strip Eat More Bikes, because Nathan leaves the astute observational humor to the astuter observers and just points out the obvious.

Nathan has worked for Dreamworks, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network so you know his drawing skills are tight, but he doesn't need tight skills to create Eat More Bikes, he just needs to keep coming up with silly jokes that blow us away.

See 50+ Hilarious Comics By Cartoon Network Artist For People With A Weird Sense Of Humor here


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Social Media Accounts You Should Follow If You're A Fan Of Freaky Found Art

Fans of funky psychedelic art freaky retro videos and strange found objects are probably already familiar with the totally rad site Everything Is Terrible but they can only provide so much content.

And now that there are so many social media accounts out there which deal with this kind of funky visual media your eyeballs will never go hungry again- because they'll be fed strange stuff daily.

Follow the Twitter account youtube artifact to see strange videos that look like paintings in motion, or if you prefer funny found objects then the Instagram account thriftstoreart might be your bag.

As totally stolen without permission from that skankmelon @astron

A post shared by The Best Art. Ever. (@thriftstoreart) on Nov 30, 2017 at 5:37am PST

And if you like a mixed bag of madness and stuff to stare at then you should investigate the Instagram account @ifyouhigh and feed your head.

High at the grocery store by pouff (YouTube) follow @ifyouhigh

A post shared by ifyouhigh (@ifyouhigh) on Sep 29, 2017 at 12:37pm PDT

See Here Are 16 Accounts To Follow If You Like Freaky Found Art here


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