When you type in the wrong web address, you end up on a 404 page. Most companies have boring 404 pages that try to get you back the site’s main page. But some clever companies do more. They use 404 pages to have fun. We have a round up the best 404 pages on the web.
Design agency 1Minus1’s 404 page:
Metro.co.uk’s 404 page:
Mint.com’s former 404 page: