Tiny people and food -- that's minimiam. In a series of lush, magazine-quality images, the team of Japanese photographer Akika Ida and French photographer Pierre Javelle shows us what it would be like to climb up a mountain of pastry, hunt slugs in a jungle of lettuce, drill for watermelon seeds, mow a kiwi lawn, or mine for chocolate.
Via Bibi's Box.
David Shrigley's photographs are not so much images as visual mini-stories -- and they're almost all comedies. Most of his works incorporate signs, text, or captions to create meaning in the picture. (Below are "Drink Me" and "Imagine the Green is Red" -- click to enlarge.)
Al Magnus does whimsical, lovely, vivid, dream-inspired photography that depicts the imagined worlds of children. The clouds, sun, moon, and the stars themselves become playthings in the artist's cosmic vision.
Transparent Screens -- a Flickr photoset of transparent computer monitors. Neat.
Fun with Stickers -- another great photoset. Cute!
Abba Richman does a lot of beautiful works of cities, objects, graffiti, and other bits and pieces, with a great use of color. Check out his other galleries, too, but I particularly like his Alphabet in Colour.
It's definitely not cute and it's not really humorous, but I suppose you could say that The Dead Puppet Show is sort of fun. In the wake of a failed film featuring mechanical puppets, the artist digs up the performers' decaying remains and documents them in a short guided tour of the death of machines. That's fun, right?
You can do some great things with a camera, a sunset, and a trampoline.