Accidental design flaw or a tongue-in-cheek message? Whether unintentional or otherwise, you have to admit “hell baby” is all kinds of hilarious. Babies look and behave like angels, but everyone knows they can be little hell-raisers.
Parents (especially new ones) walk the fine line between “hello” and “hell” every day. Perhaps this brand could consider adding devil-inspired onesies and other baby accessories too. Now that’s what you call a business idea.
To Do or Not to Do
Signs sure aren’t what they used to be. Remember the good old days when they did what they were supposed to — offer clarity? This one exists to stop us in our tracks and make life a little more surreal.
Who knew going about your day could suddenly turn into a mini existential crisis? Do we take a step forward and risk it? Or turn around and look for an exit? More than one maddening way to find out.
Calling Beautiful Minds That Love a Challenge
That feeling when locating an apartment (presumably) is like solving a math problem. Is it a complex equation, an IP address, or a secret code? Nobody knows. We hope the residents have it figured out by now. It must have been a particularly dull day when someone came up with this.
Why be basic and make things simple and usable? There is no fun in that. Having visitors drop by must be wild for people who live here.
Feels Like SummOr
This innocuous display manages to offend designers and language warriors in one fell swoop. The glaring spelling error is inexcusable. How someone managed to butcher the spelling of “summer” and miss it completely is beyond us.
Regarding design, if only they had opted for half a slice of lemon to resemble an “e.” That small change could have fixed everything. For now, it looks like we’re in for a long summer.
These Folks Keep an Open House
Here we have a porch with beautiful shutters that serve no purpose — aesthetically on point, an epic failure functionality-wise. The shutters appear to be fulfilling only half their potential, neither opening nor shutting completely. Which of these came first — the porch or the shutters?
This might be a quirky landlord’s doing or an architect that woke up on the wrong side of the bed. Idiotic riddles for terrible designs.