Liz Climo (previous), the creative and witty artist, just brought us another great book about friendship – lobster is the best medicine. In Liz’s comic animal world, those quirky animals, sharks, otters, porcupines and crustaceans come together, help each others, discuss about their everyday life and show the best of what friends have to offer. Those witty talking can be easily related to the life of we two-legged folk and remind us to appreciate our friendships. The whole book contains 100 comics, 75 of which are exclusive to the book and the rest 25 you can found on her Tumblr account, Hi, I’m Liz. Take a look at below lovely comics we selected. If you fall in love with these Liz’s humor and wit in her adorable illustration, you can get the full copy on amazon, which is for sure a great gift for your special pal.
If you live in Paris, don’t be surprised if you find a bronze bull head fountain is suddenly transformed into a minotaur or a power box becomes x-ray machine, you probably just just witnessed the work of French artist Charles Leval. Thinking with humor, Leval create those playful site-specific street art which can interact with its environment in one way or another. If you love Levalet’s work, find more on his site.
The bool of “The Little World of Liz Climo” is a splendid collection of cute and funny cartoons featuring an assortment of anthropomorphized animals in wonderfully whimsical situations. In Liz’s comic animal world, everyone from grizzly bears to dinosaurs, rabbits to anteaters have wit and humor. From this book, we can discover that how hedgehog can wear a balloon hat, why it is unfair to play ‘rock-paper-scissor’ with penguin and how to get Halloween decoration quickly! You can find more of Liz’s work on her tumblr page or get a copy of her book on Amazon.
Still remember the adorable illustrations from Malaysia-based artist Lim Heng Swee? Today we will bring your more of his bring and playful work that make people smile more in their everyday lives. He brings ordinary objects like watermelon, envelop, driver and screw alive with personality. The clean and modern designs merge colorful shapes with bright, solid backgrounds. These simple illustrations are filled with optimism, hope, love, and good humor. As Lim said, “I would describe my work as simple and fun, but with a strong idea or message behind it. Life should be fun and humorous when possible and I hope that my illustrations generate a sense of joy and happiness.”
All works belong to Lim Heng Swee