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Modern products in vintage ads photoshopping contest

Today on the Worth1000 photoshopping contest, modern products remixed into vintage ads. Link Read the rest

Muppet popculture photoshopping contest

Today on the Worth 1000 photoshopping contest -- pop culture remixes of puppets, especially Muppets. Link Read the rest

A.viary: powerful online image editor for making visual mashups

The Worth1000 folks have just shipped A.viary, a powerful, simple online image editor optimized for making photoshopped mashups of two or more images. Shown here is a Hillary/Obama mashup, created with A.viary (see video link below to see how it worked). A.viary is still in private beta, but they're offering free signups to the first 100 Boing Boing readers who follow the link below. Go make stuff! Link to A.viary, Link to video demo of A.viary in action Read the rest

Science fictionized movie posters photoshopping contest

Today on the Worth1000 photoshopping contest: non-science-fiction movie posters redone with stfnal elements. Link Read the rest

Death on holiday photoshopping contest

Today on the Worth1000 photoshopping contest: "Death Takes a Holiday" -- images of death in holiday spots around the world. Link Read the rest

National Geographic on giant human hoax

Five years ago, "IronKite" submitted this wonderful photo illustration to a Worth1000.com Photoshop contest on the theme of "Archaeological Anomalies." The powerful picture was transformed into an Internet urban legend about the National Geographic Society's discovery of the remains of giant humans in India. Several media outlets reported the story as fact. To this day, the National Geographic Society continues to receive international inquiries about this race of giants. National Geographic News reports on the myth behind the meme:
(One) story went on to say the discovery was made by a "National Geographic Team (India Division) with support from the Indian Army since the area comes under jurisdiction of the Army." The account added that the team also found tablets with inscriptions that suggest the giant belonged to a race of superhumans that are mentioned in the Mahabharata, a Hindu epic poem from about 200 B.C... Variations of the giant photo hoax include alleged discovery of a 60- to 80-foot long (18- to 24-meter) human skeleton in Saudi Arabia. In one popular take, which likewise first surfaced in 2004, an oil-exploration team is said to have made the find. Here the skeleton is held up as evidence of giants mentioned in Islamic, rather than Hindu, scriptures.
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Extra stuff photoshopping contest

Today on the Worth1000 photoshopping contest: "More Than Usual" -- pictures with extra stuff (eyes, limbs, branches, etc). Viscerally creepy! Link Read the rest

Celebrity Star Wars photoshopping contest

Today on the Worth1000 photoshopping contest: shopping celebrity faces onto Star Wars characters. Link Read the rest

Zombie photoshopping contest

Today on the Worth1000 photohsopping contest: a world where zombies rule. Link Read the rest

Horrifying cute animals photoshopping contest

Today on the Worth1000 photoshopping contest: "Deadly Cute" -- cute animals photoshopped into sheer viciousness. Lots to like here, but none so creepy as the Spider Squirrel -- Hedgley Cute gives it a run for its money, though. Link Read the rest

Fine art photoshopping contest

Today on the Worth1000 photoshopping contest: fine art mixed and mashed. Link Read the rest

Fine art photoshopping contest

Today on the Worth 1000 photoshopping contest: "Counterfeit Art" -- remixes of fine art. This is my favorite photoshopping theme, and this competition has some real gems. My favorite is Goose, show here, but I was really tempted by Massacre of the Innocents/Batman mix and Hula Hoop Gal -- along with a zillion others. Link Read the rest

Fake goods photoshopping contest

Today on the Worth1000 photoshopping contest, "Fake It Till You Make It" -- photoshopped fakes. Link Read the rest

Remixed propaganda poster photoshopping contest

Today on the Worth1000 photoshopping contest: remixed propaganda posters. Link Read the rest

Vintage ads for new stuff photoshopping contest

Today on the Worth1000 photoshopping contest -- vintage-style adverts for contemporary products. This Wii ad is just fantastic -- and there's plenty more gold up there in today's entries. Link Read the rest

Trekworld photoshopping contest

Today on the Worth1000 photoshopping contest: if Trekkers ruled the Earth. Link Read the rest

Medical anomalies photoshopping contest

Love this Worth1000 photoshopping contest on the theme of "medical anomalies." A photoshopper's sideshow exhibit. Link Read the rest

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