The Presidential Ham is an interesting website to say the least. It features facts and a brief biography of each U.S. president as well as a portrait of each president holding a ham. Why ham? Well why not! As a fellow lover of pork products I fully endorse this use of ham.
(Link via Amy Vernon)
I realize Valentine’s Day is four months away, but I couldn’t resist sharing this funny construction paper Valentine made by Andy Rementer, with the help of Margherita Urbani. Charming, no?
Nike is one of the most widely known companies in the world, and the swoosh is one of the most iconic logos. Not surprisingly, with such fame comes parodies. Here are some parodies of Nike’s logo that I’ve come across that have made me laugh.
For those of you interested in taking Facebook stalking to a new level, study this chart closely. Doogie Horner created this infographic for Fast Company that outlines all the different types of Facebook profile pictures and explains what the crop, zoom and angle of the photo can tell you about a person. Absolutely hilarious! Click on the image below to see it full size.
Recently I was tipped off to a blog called My Jello Americans. It’s a site dedicated to making artistic Jello shots! Some of the shots are abosolutely hilarious! Each post has instructions and photos for making these unique creations.
A funny little cartoon from Spanish illustrator and graphic designer Xavier Gallego, creator of the Facebook application Eyesores. C’mon, everybody loves mustaches!
A cutting board that looks like an iPad. Take that, Apple! MyBrett, as its German makers call it, comes with “food app” icons laser engraved on its “screen”. A neat idea!
Michael Savona, a Chicago-based designer, has made these charming and hilarious traffic cones that are shaped like geese. They blend in well with regular orange cones but they’re just odd enough to make a passerby take a second look.