Posts Tagged ‘cartoon’

Humorous Photography Flowchart Helps You Decide Whether or Not to Take a Photo

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Here’s a little funny to get you through your Sunday afternoon: a flowchart that can help you decide whether or not that photo you’re thinking of taking is actually worth going through with. Read more…

Carry Your Camera in Two Dimensions with the Cheese! Handbag

JumpFromPaper is a new line of unique handbags that uses thick outlines and bright colors to look like they popped right out of a cartoon. They look like they’re completely flat and 2D, but they actually have room for things like cameras, laptops, and your everyday accessories. The bag seen here is called “Cheese!” and costs $99.

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Photos of Famous Cartoon Characters in Minimalist LEGO Form

German ad agency Jung von Matt created this brilliant series of photographs for a LEGO advertising campaign titled “Imagine”. The images show famous characters from children’s television shows in simplified LEGO form. Can you figure out each of the shows?
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Bizarre Taiwanese Animation Explaining the Instagram Craze

Next Media Animation is a Taiwanese company that regularly creates animations that report on news stories and current events (here’s one they made after the death of Steve Jobs). Earlier this week they released the animation above that explains the rise of Instagram and it’s impending arrival on Android. The style is very… unique.

(via NMA via Mashable)

Learn Your Rights as a Photographer with this Short and Sweet Cartoon

Want to inform someone of their right to take pictures in the US? Just share this short cartoon created by the ACLU, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and The Gregory Brothers. It features Benjamin Franklin’s ghost, who sings about the various things you’re legally allowed to do without being harassed by law enforcement.

(via Gizmodo)

How Being Behind the Camera Can Rob Us of Our Humanity

“The Cameraman” is a cartoon retelling of a true story involving a bunch of first-graders and a camera craze that swept across the playground. It illustrates how being behind a camera can rob you of your humanity… even if the camera isn’t real.