If a 404 page doesn’t offer an alternative step or content to view you can lose your clients and they will leave your site forever. It’s always important to point a user in the right direction if a page on your website is no longer there. The most efficient way to do it is to create a custom error page that will be pleasant to look and easy to understand the reason of the error. We’ve made a deep search and found many beautiful examples of 404 pages that have really funny and outstanding designs. Let’s have a look at this cool collection.
This error page contains links to popular posts and a cool illustration of a pretty freaky monkey.
This fellow is quite scared (sent by @dezignMusings on Twitter).
The 404 for the best-known ketchup.
404 bread on the website of a cooking agency.
Jamie Huskisson communicates with “lost” visitors using imagery.
A typographically beautiful 404 error page from ILoveTypography.com.
Frye/Wiles Creative Agency.