Spanning from pre-historic to current Art, I love art. I respect & appreciate the art (and artists) I post, that doesn't mean they are immune to a little fun-poking.

Also as a note, the humor is likely to land on the more absurd side of things. Additionally: expect plenty of Francisco Goya.

 

Well-a, well-a, well-a, uh! Tell me more, tell me more Did you get very far? Tell me more, tell me more Like does he have a car?

Well-a, well-a, well-a, uh!
Tell me more, tell me more
Did you get very far?
Tell me more, tell me more
Like does he have a car?

This back to school season, pick out a really one of a kind backpack.

This back to school season, pick out a really one of a kind backpack.

"hmm… If i squeeze here. yes, quite. …it seems I’m violently crushing all the bones in your wrist."
via- detroitlib which you should check out because it’s a splendid tumblr for a splendid library. 

"hmm… If i squeeze here. yes, quite. …it seems I’m violently crushing all the bones in your wrist."

via- detroitlib which you should check out because it’s a splendid tumblr for a splendid library. 

"The Martyrdom of Saint Thomas Becket"  …bullshit! More like "That one time everyone was trying to be super goofy and treat their sword like umbrellas and put them in a umbrella stand the door  … but they fucked up and stabbed a head a whole bunch."

"The Martyrdom of Saint Thomas Becket"  …bullshit! More like "That one time everyone was trying to be super goofy and treat their sword like umbrellas and put them in a umbrella stand the door  … but they fucked up and stabbed a head a whole bunch."

humanoidhistory:

Ed Valigursky cover illustration for Philip K. Dick’s Solar Lottery, 1955.
(Myriac Acia/Flickr)

"Pumpkins! I found pumpkins! MOTHERFUCKING SPACE PUMPKINS!"

humanoidhistory:

Ed Valigursky cover illustration for Philip K. Dick’s Solar Lottery, 1955.

(Myriac Acia/Flickr)

"Pumpkins! I found pumpkins! MOTHERFUCKING SPACE PUMPKINS!"

medieval:

A dog eating its own vomit; a man and woman stand looking shocked.
Dogs haven’t changed much over the centuries.
14th C.  (via)


I don’t even have a snippy comment- I just want you to see this perfect, unapologetic dog.

medieval:

A dog eating its own vomit; a man and woman stand looking shocked.

Dogs haven’t changed much over the centuries.

14th C.  (via)

I don’t even have a snippy comment- I just want you to see this perfect, unapologetic dog.