A friend of my emailed me this really funny comics, I love these archi-comics, anymore? Please email it to me and I’ll share it with all the readers of mirage studio. Please! More comics can be found at : Architecture Humor section. or search our site with the keyword ‘Architecture Comics‘
There you go, Architexts for archi-fanatics. Architexts is an almost daily web-based comic created for the amusement of architectural professionals, though we think even those not in the profession might also find our work humorous. Architexts tells the story of a fictitious mid-sized architectural firm called Franklin + Newbury Architects, Inc. Their experiences are mostly […]
Could this be the first and only comic about architects? The Architect is a story of love, betrayal, genius, and mushrooms. Not really a comic for architects, I find it not to my liking but then since it is free, why not just read it? Architecture Humor section. or search our site with the keyword […]
This comic is about the life of an architect and the things that cross his path. The goal of the strip is to promote architecture and make it more accessible to the broad public. Archibald, the architect, livens up the discussion on this subject while making the people more conscious of their material environment. The […]
Via The All Nighter, Thanks Anete T Thomas for the pointer. Have fun sharing these comics with your friends. Join miragestudio7’s facebook fanpage for more. (Click the like button, thanks!) Architecture Humor section. or search our site with the keyword ‘Architecture Comics‘
Comic copyright United Feature Syndicate, Inc. I couldn’t agree more with the Dilbert comic above. Architects don’t get paid for their proposal, and the best part is rushing for a deadline and project that only exist on paper.
For all those single architects and architecture students, happy valentine’s day. And to the lucky one, here is a meme pick up line for mr.architect. Found this comic at 9gag.com, I remember someone wore a ‘Architects do it with model’ T-shirt during my university years.
Dilbert (Comic copyright Scott Adams/Universal) is one of my favorite comic, trailing behind my all time number one favorite comic – Calvin and Hobbes. according to Urban Dictionary, Cad Monkey are : One who assists a computer aided drafter/designer in carrying out mundane and repetitive cad related duties such as printing, printer maintenance, and simple […]
Been there, done that. No matter how early one starts doing their projects and assignments, there will always be the last minute panic mode, even when you’re done, you wished you had a little bit more time. In Japan, they called it the Kaizen spirit, where the race for perfection is a marathon with no […]
Comic by Grant Snider, true, very true. I guess it is like us trying to understand those funky and weird dresses at a fashion show. Comic Source: Dilbert The mother of all presentation crits, read also the previous entry at Architectural Presentation Crits. “You don’t care about this project, do you? So I won’t say […]
I guess each and everyone of us can relate to this Calvin and Hobbes comic. No amount of music, internet surfing, brain storming, smoking and etc are as effective as the ‘last minute mode’. There is a name for it – The Lizard Brain Note: Comic/Image Copyright & All Rights Reserved by Bill Watterson and […]
Image Source: Barnes&Noble In the comic book ‘The Women’, acclaimed novelist T. C. Boyle turns his attention to the life and loves of celebrated architect Frank Lloyd Wright, enlightening human dramas and illuminating both history and American culture with imaginative energy. Die hard Frank Lloyd Wright fans can purchase ‘The Women’ (Hardcover) for $16.77. Image […]
Source: Steve Duenes New Yorker cartoon. It’s apparently now fashionable to poke fun at Santiago Calatrava. Hair style modeled after his Milwaukee Art Museum. via Structuresblog I’m not a fan of Santiago Calatrava’s architecture; I find his style somewhat too ‘tectonic’, I prefer something simple, say, minimalist. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not bashing him, […]
Image Source and Copyright: PhdComics You know, the last paragraph on the architecture style of universities is sort of true – “… to convince alumni and parents they’re getting their money’s worth.” A good learning environment is important, which is something sorely lacking in a number of Malaysia’s local universities – lousy facilities, bias lecturers, […]