There are few things funnier than inanimate objects acting human, which is why it's a damn shame Mark Zuckerberg doesn't go Teva shopping more often. For pics of other inanimate objects getting animate, hit JiffyCat Photography.
From a Hudson, MA-based pharmacist who moonlights as an amateur photog, JCP's a collection of artsy prints that depict vintage robots/toys in front of digital photo backdrops "diorama-style", also a complicated sex move popularized by middle school teachers. Choice 'bot pics include "Sad Robot Goes to Jail", in which a despondent droid stares out of his decrepit prison cell; "Robot Holiday" (a red robot joyfully pedals a pushcart around palm-tree laden Pismo Beach); and a blue robot car on the side of the road in Arizona called "Desert Break Down", but not "Dessert Break Down", since that only happens when your mom has too much sherry during family dinners. There're also prop-friendly hits like three ninjas fighting a giant meerkat on an arid plain; a forest scene w/ vintage Japanese X-mas gnomes standing beside their log cabin; a tin wind-up swamp creature appreciating a Sanibel Island, FL sunset; and a close up of a particularly threatening gelatin candy called Evil Gummy Bear, though, to be fair, Refrigerator Perry seemed quite nice.
If you prefer your prints sans robots, you're no fun, but JCP also rocks impressionistic antique-looking pinhole photography of NE landscapes/nature scenes like a red tractor in the woods or an old Sudbury grist mill -- though the best advice, if that's the type of work you Face, is Book.