Based on the book, No Plot? No Problem!: A Low-Stress, High-Velocity Guide to Writing a Novel in 30 Days, this kit takes the tone and task of inspiring writers one step further. It includes a clam shell box, inspiration cards immersed in tongue-in-cheek tone, a Noveling Affidavit, a progress calendar, and other humorous elements to keep a writer on task, all designed in bold colors and a retro-styled typographic treatment that aptly underscores the humor in the kit, and emphasizes the brand tone in the original book. Designed by Rise-and-Shine Studio.
These terraniums crafted of ceramic and pyrex offer a light, humorous touch of green to a space, with funny, awkward astronaut-like characters. By Matteo Cibic.
Adopting the style of wayfinding systems, this humorous breakdown of Star Wars, Episode V includes some cameos by “guest stars,” such as the Michelin Man (chapter 23).
Design by Wayne Dorrington
A humorous reminder that no matter how people vote, or what parties they may affiliate with, there is one sure common denominator, whose extrapolation is simple: people are all people. Design by Chris Lee Jones. Wearable as shirts, at Threadless.com.
This tongue-in-cheek set of scenarios elevate The Flowchart beyond its typically straightforward task of organizing information and situational permutations in business. “Explain the Internet to a 19th Century British Street Urchin” leads the 21st century reader through a set of humorous, anachronistic revelations, and undoubtedly illustrates the kind of humor and creative thinking in Doogie Horners book, Everything Explained through Flowcharts.
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Clean lines, bold forms and delicate, tasteful use of color make for humorous and delightful illustrations by Stanley Chow.
This is basically a narrative but the visual diversity of type, size and weight has a “driving” effect down to the bottom of the invitation… Pretty good, for the length of the story.
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