Two Artists Cleverly Illustrate 100 Things That Should Die

By: Meghan Young - Jun 22, 2015
References: eileenmatthews & designtaxi
100 Things That Should Die is a hilarious art project by Eileen Matthews and Cristina Vanko, a creative duo based in Chicago, Illinois. Part of the 100 Day Project challenges artists have bene taking on over the last few years, it features humorous hand-lettered observations on tombstones. For instance, one reads, "R.I.P. Fake Pockets. May the Seams to Your Soul be Ripper Forever."

These observations will resonate deeply with modern individuals. Shared on Instagram, Design Taxi writes, "Exploring a random variety of daily fixtures and trivial dilemmas that shape our modern world today, Matthews and Vanko illustrate, in diverse typographic styles, detestable things that we can do without." With this in mind, 100 Things That Should Die could easily be expanded to include many more observations than 100.