Short Legs, Long Arms
34 entries - contest ended 2/22/2017

Hollywood is obsessed with long legs, which are considered a standard of beautiful figure. That's the reason we often see celebrities wearing high-waisted pants and skirts, which create an illusion that their legs start higher. For the same reason short shirts, jackets and coats are favorite in Hollywood.
Let's not allow Hollywood fool us any more with their visual tricks - photoshop celebrities and politicians with really short legs AND long arms. Many thanks to nonno for the themepost.

Animal Sports
33 entries - contest ended 2/16/2017

Thailand now entertains its tourists with a barbaric show - orangutan kick-boxing. The apes kickbox each other as a spectacle for tourists in a show lasting more than 30 minutes, before being returned to their dark cages. Other orangutans, dressed in bikinis, are trained as round card girls and bell ringers.
Photoshop animals participating in any official sports. Many thanks to lucianomorelli for the themepost.

Freak Show
34 entries - contest ended 2/11/2017

It's the Freak Show time of the week... Get your whips ready and get the freaking circus started! In this contest you can photoshop and exhibit anything you wish (standard site rules still apply). This is basically a weekly exhibition of your creative works with no "contest restrictions". Many thanks to Loth for the themepost.

Upside Down
29 entries - contest ended 2/2/2017

Last Thursday Australians across the world celebrated Australia Day, the country's official national birthday, or basically the Aussie equivalent of the 4th of July. And just like in the U.S., most Aussies spent the day at the beach, or having a barbecue. Remember, Australia's seasons are the exact opposite of America's, so they're in mid-summer, not dreary winter.
Since Australia is a land "down under", let's celebrate Australia Day by photoshopping anything upside down. Take any image and turn some element(s) in it upside down. Many thanks to azwoodbox for the themepost.

Minimalist Movie Posters
64 entries - contest ended 1/26/2017

Back in 2009 Austrian designer Albert Exergian created a series of minimalist posters for famous TV shows. Little did he know his work would inspire a new internet meme called "minimalist movie posters" which depict famous movies in as few symbols as possible. Here are some more great examples.
Photoshop minimalist movie posters showing any symbols from movies like in the examples above. The contest does NOT call for depicting movie titles, it asks you to show any symbol(s) that is(are) specific to the movie you are depicting. E.g. in one example above the poster for movie Seven shows the box that appears in the last scene of the movie. Many thanks to MiniS for the themepost.

Martin Luther King
27 entries - contest ended 1/23/2017

Past Monday America celebrated Martin Luther King Day, a federal holiday held on the third Monday of January, honoring the achievements of Martin Luther King Jr. - civil rights and racial equality. Let's imagine that Martin Luther King Jr. lived nowadays, show his possible modern activities and hobbies.

Elvis Impersonators
26 entries - contest ended 1/18/2017

January 8, 2017 marked the 82nd birthday of The King of Rock and Roll - Elvis Presley. Even nowadays he remains the most talked about entertainer and performer of the 20th century. From his swaying hips to great songs, Elvis had the right stuff to excite the crowds and build a following. Make Elvis Presley impersonators out of celebrities, politicians, any characters from works of art, or even animals. Let's prove that everybody loved Elvis from medieval days to present times. Many thanks to Lyina for the themepost.

Eyeglasses in Art
0 entries - contest started 2/24/2017 5:00:00 AM

The first eyeglasses were invented and made in Italy around 1280, and while their popularity grew, the first artwork that depicts sunglasses appeared only in 1352. It was a portrait of Cardinal Hugo of Provence at his writing desk, painted by Italian master Tomaso de Mondena. The reason why eyeglasses were very rarely used in portraits was that on the design side they were quite bulky and ugly. It was not til the 19th century that eyeglasses became stylish, modern, and popular so much that people liked to be photographed and painted with them. Let us show how famous paintings would look if characters there were depicted with eyeglasses (modern or antique). Please note that we focus on eyeglasses with lenses, not sunglasses. Please refer to the themepost example by Mundo.

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