A nice error page from Mattrunks, a French website for motion graphic lovers.
Another funny 404 error page where copywriting and visual work particularly well together.
Lego 404 error page made me both happy and nostalgic.
Nice error page from TrackID the song recognition software delivered by Sony Eriksson.
(Thank you Miss Drinkthewater)
Google error page is kind of fun: the gray captions made me smile.
For the moment being, Tarnica aka Taito Ichi’s portfolio is under construction, but these giant pink trees are really glad to keep you company.
A nice error page from the popular iphone app Miso.
Kangaroos: we can’t get enough of them. Ever.
The sad tape icon just made me stop and laugh.
The link is broken: can’t you see it?
Be inspired by The little cake parlour and satisfy your users’ visual gluttony.
The system’s error screen, known also as the Blue Screen of Death, is a touch of class in this simple 404 error page taken from Behance, the online community for creative professionals.
Another clean and simple 404 error page taken from Brightkite‘s website.
Nice error page from Springload, a smart duo agency,.
I’m sure it was here…last time I checked: beautiful humorous 404 illustration from Bol.com.
If you still didn’t get the message, your page is not found!
An aggressive, but funny visual treatment taken from The Brand Surgery, a young English branding agency.
Propeller is a social news portal made of submitted links and stories from the web, where you can obviously vote stories up & down via the prop it/drop it function.
We are proud to introduce you this funny, vintage cartoon illustration from its 404 error page.
A nice error page, clearly shaped as a navigation flow chart, from Konigi‘s, a reference website for what concerns user experience and interface design.
Sometimes not founding what you’re looking for could be sooooooo frustrating: that’s more or less what this funny illustration from CSSRemix error page is trying to tell us.
Giveusalift is the name of WRVS‘ website.
WRVS is a national charity that thinks every older person in Britain has the right to live the life they want.
Despite this serious mission, the website is really cool, with lots of nice graphics solutions and this absolutely funny 400 error message. It’s true, sense of humour never ages!
Feedly, IMHO, it’s a must-have Firefox add-on. In substance it’s a RSS reader, based on Google reader, that makes your contents look stylish and magazine-like as if they were designed by the coolest graphic studio in town. Add to this a nice karma feature that shows you how people react to your tweets.
(Un)fortunately we haven’t seen its funny error page…until now!
PS: Obviously, in this case we can’t link directly the error page. So, this time, you’ll have to be satisfied with the app’s website link.
Owly‘s missing: have you seen it?
One of the cutest, most clever, moving illustration ever made for a funny 404 error page.
Gosh. We’ve caught it again: the 404 disease!