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Headlines as cartoons

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If you've ever let your eyes wander while standing in the queue at your local supermarket, chances are you've happened upon a variety of headlines that have both confused and captivated you. Our personal favourite was "A pizza ate my hands". We kid you not.

When you've actually dared to go towards the headline-sporting publication, more often than not you'll find the full story to carry none of the imagined excitement that you were hoping for.

Exploring the disappointing distance between headlines and truth, Eric Wedum has taken on a rather intriguing task. Each day he finds a headline on a major news site and then creates a cartoon, without actually reading the full story.

Some of his best results are here to amuse you and you can see more here.

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Time magazine have told Trump to take his fake cover down

They've been habnging in his golf clubs for years

by Dave Fawbert
28 Jun 2017

This beautiful animation transforms the Tube map to its real geography

It's mesmerising

by Dave Fawbert
28 Jun 2017

A man from Newcastle flew to London via Spain, because it was cheaper

Bit of an effort though mate

by Gary Ogden
28 Jun 2017

Of course people want to name their newborn babies ‘Corbyn’

Not as much love for 'Theresa'

by Tom Victor
27 Jun 2017

Boris Johnson goes full Boris Johnson when pronouncing 'Glastonbury'

It's classic Boris behaviour

by Tom Victor
27 Jun 2017

Man gets hit by bus, immediately gets up and goes to the pub

NOTHING will stand in the way of his pint

by Carl Anka
27 Jun 2017

This shopkeeper with his brilliant pun names is a true everyday hero

A legend of our times

by Dave Fawbert
27 Jun 2017

What does rudeness look like around the world?

Danny Wallace takes a tour

by Danny Wallace
27 Jun 2017

Three very 2017 words have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary

The dictionary is now officially woke

by Gary Ogden
27 Jun 2017

Donald Trump's watch strap is the grossest thing you'll see today

It's so unsettling...

by Carl Anka
27 Jun 2017