Cartoons are one of the smartest, funniest and coolest ways of expression. As they present reality with a humorous yet ironic twist, that above all is true. Cartoons are so important that they not only shaped us through our childhood. During a crisis situation, people use them as a critic towards society.
So cartoons are more than just a goofy and exaggerated drawing. They’re a style of art that enunciates and satirizes reality. Sometimes is harsh and others it’s just fun and lovely. At the end, the most important component of them is the intelligence behind them.
Since we know you all love to see some cartoons. We reveal you the face of the ones behind these comics.
10.Brian Gordon – Fowl Language Comics.
Brian cartoons have a duck as the main character. He covers all sorts of topics from daily life. Since he’s also a parent, he makes fun of the horrible yet wonderful things that having a child bring. “My comics are largely autobiographical.”
9.Philippa Rice – Philippa Rice.
Philippa Rice is a talented British artist who lives in Bristol, England. She creates her adorable art pieces with different techniques and materials.
She mainly covers the topic of love. Without being corny or filling it with hearts. As her beautiful comics represent and talk about love and its joys on the everyday basis of living with someone you love.
8.Landish – Livingstov.
Lingvistov originally was an English school that taught via Skype and was founded in 2012 by Asia and Landysh. But Landysh, created a website for her adorable illustrations, as the doodles get more and more attention.
Lingvistov’s illustrations talk about everyday life things. Also, Landysh has a cat named Augustus, who’s is one of the main inspirations for her drawings and stories.
7.Shenanigansen – Owlturd.
Owlturd is created by a Massachusetts-based artist called Shenanigansen. He started doing his simple but funny comics in 2013. His cartoons are started by him, so most things are based on his life.
If you were wondering, he does have a thing for owls. As the name of his cartoons and website was picked one late night because it was cheap and because he wondered about the owls’ turds as they had many things inside. Since they swallow whole animals.
6.Lunarbaboon – Lunarbaboon.
Lunarbaboon is a North American artist that lives in Toronto who’s own biography is a bit… odd. As he says he was born in the 80’s after a human and a space monkey breed. He also says he poops a lot and that he is married, has a child, and works as a teacher.
His cartoons are pretty cool. As they all have an ironic twist with a touch of despair and comedy. Just like life really if you think about it.
5.Jim Benton – It’s Happy Bunny.
Jim Benton is an American illustrator. He started selling T-Shirts and creating the characters for them. He created Happy Bunny in the mid 90’s and licensed the cartoon in 2002. The adorable bunny it’s a bit cynic but he is just saying what we all think.
He has also created Dear Dumb Dairy, Dog of Glee, Vampy Doodles, Franny K. Stein and his most famous cartoon It’s a Happy Bunny.
4.Reza Farazmand – Poorly Drawn Lines.
Reza Farazmand’s comics are hilarious. As, like many other famous comic artist in this list, takes a hit on life and daily situations. His cartoons despite the name are pretty well done and cute.
The project, according Farazmand, is constantly updated as he uploads a new cartoon every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
3.J. L. Westover – Mr. Lovenstein.
One of the most famous comics online are J. L. Westover’s comics, filled with dark humor and irony. Anyone who has a bit of a messed up sense of humor will spend hours praising Mr.Lovenstein.
As any comic artist, most of his material comes from life and daily situations. Since for Mr. Lovenstein, there is nothing out of line to make fun of.
2.Sara Andersen – Sarah’s Scribbles.
Sarah C. Anderson is one of the most known and famous comic artists of modern days. She takes a pick on maturity, adulthood, love, daily life. Anderson gives a humorous look to what is like to be a woman.
Anderson started her webcomic on Tumblr, but the success was so big that she created a website. She publishes one “semi-autobiographical” comic every Wednesday and Saturday. Also, despite the silly look of her draws she is an amazing artist and has a non-cartoon portfolio.
1.Rob DenBleyker, Kris Wilson, and Dave McElfatrick – Cyanide & Happiness.
These guys are some of the most intelligent jerks you will ever see. Their cartoons have no boundries and make fun of absolutely everything. In a dark, ironyc and bold way. The comic was born on December 9, 2004, and started running daily on January 26, 2005.
Cyanide & Happiness began on Kris Wilson hands at the age of 16, as he draw stick figures becuase “I can’t help but draw stupid looking characters to spew out my stupid ideas.” The dark cartoon kings’ official page is explosm.net and are one of the most famous comics around.