Comics by Cat Versus Human.
Comics by Cat Versus Human.
“Instead of supporting Putin’s anti-gay terror, [Ikea] was supposed to stand up for us,” one of the organizers said.
The furniture giant decided not to risk publishing a feature in Russia about how a British lesbian couple and their baby became closer while redecorating their small living space, because the company believed it would break the country’s “homosexual propaganda ban.”
Featuring the hilarious “official trailer” for Alfonso Cuarón’s IKEA, a dark, gritty new take on Super Mario, and Jean-Claude Van Damme’s incredibly cool ad for Volvo Trucks.
Ikea is good value and great fun. If you can ever find your way out.
Just don’t try setting these up with illustrated Swedish instructions.
Look, the “getting furniture” part of adulthood is hard, OK?
Welcome to your own personal Hell.
I want to live there.
Shmergen shmörgen shpergen! Yah?
Which is worse: not enough hardware or having leftovers? Welcome to LEGO for adults.
The first national commercial to ever portray a gay couple was met with both adulation and criticism.
Especially…when buying IKEA items. (via reddit.com)
Here’s a look at how the Ikea catalog has changed over the past 62 years. The takeaway: let’s all live in the ’70s.
Is nothing sacred?
Who needs copywriters? Seventeen ads.
They may sound cute and cuddly in Swedish, but these product names really utfart my American gronsaker.
Sure, it’s an ad, but it’s a really cool ad!
Since when does IKEA make so much not furniture? The ad cracks me right up.
It’s a TV with drawers! A piece of furniture with a screen! It’s the logical conclusion of the despecialization of electronics manufacturing! Whatever the case, it’s an Ikea TV.
The furniture company is building a 27-acre neighborhood in the outskirts of London. The only way out is through the pillow section.
Ikea was accused this week of spying on dissatisfied customers through private detectives. Here’s how to be alert for Ikea-spionage.
It’s basically a mobile home for people who listen to NPR and belong to the co-op. The Swedish retail giant teamed up with Oregon-based design firm Ideabox to sell this prefab house, known in IKEAese as Activ, for $86,500. No, you don’t have to assemble it yourself, but imagine the wordless instructions and infuriatingly vague cartoons that would come with an entire house.
If you’ve ever dreamed of just living in the IKEA store, that wish is about to sort of come true. The Swedish company is launching a line of prefabricated. one-bedroom homes.
Type designer Matthew Butterick was put off by the use of Microsoft’s Verdana font in “Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol.” So he did what any movie fanatic would do: Wrote the director to explain why the use of IKEA’s favorite font was an utter failure.
So, apparently back in 2001 Billy Idol made a rap video as promotion for Ikea. Nothing about the previous sentence makes sense.
Aside from making aesthetically pleasing instructions for the construction of their furniture, all IKEA stores in Sweden have been giving away these beautiful cookbooks. Designed by artist Carl Kleiner, the book (titled Homemade is Best) contains thirty recipes for traditional Swedish desserts. And it’s free! Where can I get a copy? View List ›
Yes, that is in fact supposed to be a meatball. Watch Video ›