Whimsy No, it’s not the guys you’re thinking of. Humpty Dumpty Memorial: What happens after “The End”? This image tells the heroic tale of the post-fall fate of Humpty Dumpty. Isn’t this more fitting than “all the king’s horses and all the king’s men couldn’t put Humpty together again” poetic record of epic failure. At least in this version, Humpty is honored. Driving in San Francisco is an adventure. Between one way streets, steeper than steep hills, and a reckless disregard for the virtues of a grid system, the city by the bay is a challenge. The San Francisco hills might be a little steeper, but this image captures the feel of driving in the town that has provided many of the best chase scenes ever filmed. Automated Picking System: Millions of us work in factories, warehouses, distribution centers, and other facilities where picking items is part of the daily work, this system is instantly recognizable as the last system the boss tried to implement. This piece of art allows the worker to share the joy of working in a lovely sweat shop warehouse with your fellow drudges co-workers. Patent Pending 106.24c (The Future of Fishing): Fishing has been one of mankind’s most cherished pastimes for centuries. Since the publication of Izaak Walton’s “The Compleat Angler” in 1653, we have loved to talk about and read about fishing. This visual contribution to the lore is a classic. If you have a maniac fisherman in your household, this image might be the one piece of gear they don’t have in their tackle box. New car smell. Strange pine fragrance dangling from the mirror. Old burritos, French fries and burger aromas stuck to the back seat floor mats. We all know car smells. Here, we combine mad science, junk yard processing, and oddball aromas to create the Eau de Auto. Art is an unusual place. Whether it’s the functioning of the heart or the working of innovative machines, there’s a lot to be said for the physics and biology there. This image showing the previously secret Paris to San Francisco Shortcut reveals that the geography of art has a lot to offer us. Instead of a 10 hour plane flight here, the trip is much, much simpler. Scaffold Design No. 207 – OSHA Field Office: OSHA tries hard to protect us from ourselves in this universe, but it’s a losing battle. Of course, you don’t actually get hurt here if anything happens to you. The artist would just draw you back to health. In this wild drawing the foundation material is bound to make for an interesting experience. Charming Country Home with Detached Second Unit: Real estate agents are often guilty of puffery. Technically, puffery is exaggeration with no evidence to back up the claims. In this example of real estate lingo, the visual evidence is clear that it really is a “detached Second Unit”. Whether the main house is charming I’ll leave to your judgement. A dental image: It’s hard to know if this was created in the waiting room before a procedure or sitting in the studio with numb lips and squeaky clean teeth. What’s clear is that this image is way ahead of the normal world when it comes to efficient mobilization of resources. Tell me you never wanted to race whimsical cars down weird landscapes. For the kid in all of us. It might work Explaining the function of the ear. Ear specialists need this picture hanging in their office to let their patients know they are up to date on the latest health care trends. This image does wonders for patients’ sense of humor and their appreciation of the doctor’s own ability to have a good time. Function of the eye. Science works in new ways. This unique vision appeals to everyone who enjoys humor and whimsy in their life. This creative interpretation of “‘How the Eye Works” won’t help budding optometrists, ophthalmologists, or lens crafters understand their work better, but this image will lighten up the study of medicine.