Superman Cereals, To Help Start The Day Off Superbly

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This line of Superman Cereals is a concept by artist Phil Postma. So, unfortunately your local cereal aisle won’t actually be lined with Sugar Justice or Mxyzptlk Alpha-Bits. What, no Bizarre O’s either? [shaking fist at computer screen] Darn you, Phil Postma!!! Why must you toy with us!!

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[link, via Geeks Are Sexy]

Grossest Burger Ever T-Shirt

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Is this actually the grossest burger ever? Well, t-shirts never lie, so there you have it. The Grossest Burger Ever is brought to us by illustrator Sean Aaberg, daring those who view upon its ugliness to “eat me.”

[link, via BoingBoing]

Beautiful Doodles On Starbucks Cups

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Face it… Sitting at Starbucks pretending to get work done can be boring. And, coffee cup doodling is an effective time-killer.

UK-based illustrator Johanna Basford has taken the concept of cup art, but cranks out some legitimate works. Using what she refers to as “inky magic,” Basford works around the mermaid icon, disclaimers, and other Starbucks mumbo jumbo — creating doodles that’ll make most coffee house-dwelling procrastinators jealous.

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[link, via TAXI]

Minimalist and Pun-Filled Illustrations by Jaco Haasbroek

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Food, Object or Animal is a fun and pun-fueled series by illustrator Jaco Haasbroek. Combining a few of Foodiggity’s favorite things — minimalism, anthropomorphic food, and puns — Haasbroek uses acrylic and ink on paper, and let’s the fun wordplay fly.

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[link, via TAXI]

Tacosaurus

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Luckily for us, the taco part didn’t go extinct. Tacosaurus is a Threadless tee, brought to us by Marc-Etienne Peintre.

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