Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Kelly Reemsten











It might not be Reemsten's intention, but I find these paintings both humorous and morbid at the same time. Likey.
Find more Likey at http://www.kellyreemtsen.com/

Monday, December 20, 2010

Damien Pleizmer









Not really sure who this Damien Pleizmer guy is but he keeps sending us mail. We've been collecting his toons for weeks now and have finally decided to scan and post them. Here you go, Damien. Good luck with your new T Shirt business.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Isabell Boinot Dessins






We usually stick to the image + text = hahah, but Isabelle's images alone manage to give the giggles. Her work reminds me of something that David Shrigley could do if he spent a week or two learning to draw.
Find more giggles at http://i.boinot.free.fr/0.htm

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Raymond Pettibon






Raymond Pettibon had a pretty interesting life before he started working at the haha factory, pumping out humor widgets like these ones here. In the 70s he was caught up in the punk scene and started up a band called Panic with his brother. That band went on to become Black Flag. Raymond incidentally designed the band's iconic four stripe logo.
Check some other widgets he's been crafting at http://www.2ndthought.net/raymondpettibon/gallery.htm

Saturday, November 27, 2010

xkcd

xkcd, "A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math and language."
We've had a bunch of requests lately for more webcomics, so here they are...






Note. does anyone know what xkcd stands for?

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Perry Bible Fellowship



PBF's website has been inactive for almost 2 years now... and WA has had its finger on the refresh button ever since. It's back. Or at least temporarily. And to celebrate here are a few of WA 's personal favorites...





Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal








It has been awhile since we have posted a webcomic, so we thought a good place to pick up again is SMBC. Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal is a bit hit-and-miss, but they've been posting every day since 2002 so you can't really blame them. I find many of the comics also extremely relevant to my everyday life, for better or for worse...

Enjoy a Saturday morning at http://www.smbc-comics.com/

Monday, November 22, 2010

Quenton Miller



You probably wouldn't know Quenton Miller unless you lived in a cave your whole life, with Quenton Miller. His best online artwork is harder to find than episode 6, season 4 of The Wire and his crappy napkin drawings look like they were drawn by a B.Sc. grad, but they get the joke across effectively.
Ed Note: If someone knows the whereabouts of his drawing titled "Skier" please send it to us.
Get more rod and cone candy at http://www.quentonmiller.com/

Saturday, November 20, 2010

John Lurie





Image + Text = Smile. John Lurie, yes, the actor, writer, musician John Lurie, has found a secret formula. This last painting doesn't seem all that great... but add the text "Some Animals Noah Only Had One Of, The Ones That Came By Two Put On A Musical, Which Like Most Musicals Was Bad " and holy shit, he's made funny. During an interview, Mr Lurie even attributed his new painting hobby to 'life saving'.
Check out some of his art at http://www.johnlurieart.com/art/
or download his infamous hoax album The Legendary Marvin Pontiac - Greatest Hits

Friday, November 12, 2010

Disney Buys Marvel and McKings (Roger Haus)



Roger Haus has sketch book after sketch book filled with some pretty hilarious shiz. The style varies from piece to piece and his posts are frequent. Extra Shizzzam. Get some slop.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Show and Tell (The Invisible Hair Suit)



Show and Tell could have stopped at the 6th frame and still had been hilarious, but the last two frames displaying the father/son love and appreciation is what makes this comic so distinct. Thanks again, Edgar R. McHerly

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Friday, April 16, 2010

The Serpent and the Banana (Truck Bearing Kibble)


Concepts conceived by one man and drawn by another, TBK makes a pretty damn funny two man team. Bonus points for the clever play on word titles and obscure pop culture references. Just the fact that I don't understand all their comics makes me love their shit even more. But don't worry, TBK encourages fake laughs, find them at http://truckbearingkibble.com/

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Goodbye Cruel World (Action Figure Graveyard)



I've heard this comic strip being referred to as the face of Robot Chicken and PBF. I've had Wine Gums before, and I've had Reese Peanut Butter Cups before but I prefer them separately. Regardless, your taste buds will enjoy these treats http://afgraveyard.deviantart.com/gallery/

Thursday, March 4, 2010

The Barber (Edward McHerly)


We googled "funny" and it spat back The Invisible Hair Suit (seriously). The comics are so clever that they're actually laughing at you, not with you. With a weekly post on his website, http://www.invisiblehairsuit.com/, we expect to see a lot more of McHerly's work on Worry Art.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Use Soap (?)


Not sure of the artist here, but these non sequitor gags really get my jowles moving. The use of the copy/pasted reappearing characters only adds to the absuridity, something we crave here at Worry Art. We would love to find the original artist, but for now we'll have to settle for this hosting website a friends sent us: http://www.masturbatoreum.com/view.php?id=230

Monday, February 8, 2010

David Shrigley






It's hard to say who is more lazy, God or David Shrigley. God did kinda cop out with fractals, but Shirgley's half-assed attempt at drawing reminds me of young Stephen Hawking's artwork. That or he draws with his thumbless left hand. The drawings available at http://www.davidshrigley.com/ aren't that funny either, but if you ever get your mudhooks on one of his books you wont put it down.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Weeaboo (Nicholas Gurewitch)


Worry Art had a chance to sit down with PBF last week for a lengthy interview. We were pretty curious to find out where the idea for Weeaboo came from. We should have asked where his sister works....

WA Whats up with Weeaboo?
NG Weeaboo is definitely a comic strip inspired by my sister. The term comes from one of her dreams.
WA Cool, thanks for the interview.
NG Ummm

Exercise your jowls at http://www.pbfcomics.com/

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

The Guest Room (Royal Art Lodge)



This collection of 6x6's, 4x4's and 18x24's by Royal Art Lodge will leave your funny bone stiff well into the evening. Sit back, grab a baggie of throat lozenges and a squirt of lubriderm, and embrace the throat ache.....http://www.royalartlodge.com/

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

This Workshop... (Chris Johanson)


My eyeballs thanked me when I showed them some of Chris' art work. Mr Johanson said in an interview that he draws these with Acrylics. Whoever this fucker Acrylics is, he's pretty funny too. You wont find much carotene on his website, http://chrisjohanson.com/, but you can always ask google.

Boy's Club 2 (Matt Furie)


 




There’s something warm and friendly, and heck, familial and familiar, about the gang from Boy’s Club. What is it? It feels like Steinbeck’s Mack and boys, and their selfish love for each other. Same ol flophouse, but instead of scheming for wine, they’re usually caught smoking dope and pranking each other. Oh, and they’re not human. They’re easily identifiable as one of Matt Furie’s many creatures - an anthropomorphic wolf (LandWolf), rabbit (Andy), frog (Pepe) and, well, I’m not sure what Brett is.

Pick up any copy of Boy's Club for some hahas or check out some nasty artwork at http://www.mattfurie.com/