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He raises a good point: you could fit a lot of roller coasters in those canal areas.
(via Cartoon Bombing)

Troqman is a French artist living in Amsterdam, and although he draws on small pieces of paper, he uses his sketches and a camera to turn all of that Dutch city into his canvas. His Instagram and Tumblr, 'Cartoon Bombing,' are full of hundreds of images of charming cartoons inserted into gorgeous scenery (I've never been to Amsterdam but I always like pictures from there).

Take this as your daily reminder that the world around you can be filled with a lot more imagination and fun than you probably let it. Granted, it helps to have talent and the time to work in Amsterdam coffee shops (like, shops with coffee, not "Amsterdam coffee shops" like in Colorado), so it's fortunate that the Internet lets us borrow Troqman's brain for a little bit to let him daydream for us.

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For a French artist living in the Netherlands, there are a lot of American-TV-based puns.
(via Cartoon Bombing)


Did he steal a pound of weed? Is that what he's carrying? (via Cartoon Bombing)


I think that this is the one. (via Cartoon Bombing)


Pfff. We all know Peter Parker's dad was squished before the comics even start.
(via Cartoon Bombing)


Soft serve, but black diamond curves. (via Cartoon Bombing)


Like, artistically compromising, or....oh. (via Cartoon Bombing)


That's some quality paper stock right there. (via Cartoon Bombing)

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Somehow I feel like these are the 21st Century's Elmer Fudd and Bugs Bunny.
(via Cartoon Bombing)


Man, cats are dicks. (via Cartoon Bombing)


Seems like they could have found an easier way aboard. (via Cartoon Bombing)


Well...paper is wood...so I don't think that is strictly true. Cool, though.
(via Cartoon Bombing)


For drawings, wipeouts are still better than whiteout. (via Cartoon Bombing)

There were seriously like 30 more I wanted to include, but since we try not to steal aritsts' bodies of work wholesale here at HappyPlace, I will redirect you instead back to the Cartoon Bombing Tumblr. Or, if you'd like to see a different artist use drawings to spice up the world, check out this cartoonist who used his skills to pass the time on his morning train commute:

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They haven't checked into work yet, so there's no need to fight. See more from this bored cartoonist on a train.

(by Johnny McNulty)