First of a series. My biggest concern is if Americans are familiar with this kind of rebuses and if — for this one in particular — the third illustration is clear enough.
about 1 year ago
i can tell what each thing is, but I dont understand the story
haha, very nice.
It took me a minute, but I got it. (I'm an American)
Haha is it I love yam?
I can't really guess the third :)
I globe soup too, man.
Well, I'm not an american, but i got it too (I'm proud to myslef :D).
Sweet! Thanks a lot for the feedback everyone!
I was not sure if rebuses are popular in the US or not. I couldn't find many online. Or maybe you have a different way of building them (I'm thinking of the infamous Eye-Bee-M poster Paul Rand designed for IBM). Less 'calculations', more based on pronunciation. Hmmm...
I could still improve the soup though. Move over Warhol!
I see rebuses in America. The B=V annotations are new to me, though. You fancy Europeans...
Love it! Spent ages trying to figure out what 'I love Cambelly' was though... doh. Maybe try a bowl/spoon with steam?
Oh my God how do you do it? :D
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