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You may remember The Stock Photobomber who won us all over from his past photoshopped images. We are ecstatic that the man with the best imagination is still going strong and making life more entertaining by photoshopping himself into the most boring scenarios possible.
Wednesday, Sep 16th 2015 (1:31am)
These bastard images are all my fault. Iím sorry. I donít know what I was thinking. It wonít happen again. Or, well, it probably will. Itís awful, I know. I wish it didnít have to be this way. Im so sorry.
Have we lost our minds? Maybe. But even WWE.com shares the Internet's age-old kitty fascination. Grab some catnip and check out this exclusive mash-up gallery featuring Superstars' heads swapped with those of our favorite felines.
Friday, Jul 11th 2014 (7:46am) | Thanks: topless robot
Elway is taking free agency by storm, gobbling up all the players and ruining everyone else's dreams. But football dreams isn't all he ruins. He hates art too. Case in point:
Monday, Mar 17th 2014 (4:30am) | Thanks: JT Wood
The wags over at Worth1000.com have been at it again, this time slapping the faces of celebs onto stodgy classic paintings. Especially noteworthy is an exceptional job of putting Jack Nicholson into Ducreaux's self-portrait.
Tuesday, Dec 17th 2013 (12:01am)
Jeff Grubb and his fiancee Stephanie did their own set of engagement pictures, using whatever clothing and props they could come up with and filling in the rest with Photoshop. The results are a lot of fun, because they reference many of their favorite movies.
Skilled Photoshop ninja Peeje has taken his talent to Instagram, where he digitally inserts himself into photos with various celebrities. You can view more of his hilarious photos online. In an interview with The Daily Dot, Peeje said that his photos ďbecame popular through word-of-mouth exposure.Ē
Thursday, May 30th 2013 (8:20am)
Kirby dots (also known as Kirby Krackle) were legendary comic artist Jack Kirby's technique for illustrating explosions and other cool effects. This Photoshop plug-in fills your image with Kirby dots automatically -- you can draw your own image to Kirby-ize, or use a pre-existing image or photo. You can specify the size, color and randomness of the dots.
The goons over at SomethingAwful have peeled off yet another seriously bent Photoshop Phriday competition, this time it's munged animated .gifs from movies and tv. You won't realize how deeply disturbing these are until you try to get to sleep tonight.
It's summer! What's your favorite produce?
Nothing! Player's off!
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