Popular Phrases, Words or Social Situations Made into Visual Puns
Have you ever opened and closed your mouth as you brushed your teeth to create mellifluous song, or rubbed your face against warm, freshly printed paper? Meaning of Liff takes on the name from the original satirical dictionary by Douglas Adams and John Lloyd to bring whimsical and quirky illustrations of popular media, phrases, words and social situations turned into puns and similar sounding phrases.
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haneda airport, tokyo
the electric brushoonist
hot off the press
rolling in the deep
(rolling in the dip)
santa is real
who are you wearing?
the peculiar red carpet question