Upside Down
21 entries - contest ended 1/26/2020

This Sunday Australians across the world will celebrate 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", celebrate by photoshopping anything upside down. Take any image and turn some element(s) in it upside down. Many thanks to azwoodbox for the themepost.

Manet 2020
27 entries - contest ended 1/23/2020

Thursday, January 23, is the 188th birthday of Edouard Manet. He was a French modernist painter. He was one of the first 19th-century artists to paint modern life, and a pivotal figure in the transition from Realism to Impressionism. Known as one of the most controversial artists in his time, Edouard Manet has risen above his detractors to prove his genuine talent that is worthy of emulation. 
Photoshop any painting by Edouard Manet to include some modern elements in it. Think of product placements, celebrities, modern architecture, and even sci-fi features, etc. and show how Manet paintings would be different if he painted them in the modern days.. Many thanks to SplatShot for the themepost.

Wanted Posters
16 entries - contest ended 1/20/2020

This Friday is the 121st birthday of Alphonse Gabriel "Al" Capone - one of the world's most famous gangsters in history. Despite his criminal actions, Al Capone became a cultural icon and his criminal mastermind, lifestyle and look gave the inspiration for many books and movies. 
To mark the 121st birthday of Al Capone, take any celebrity, politician, or animal and make a "wanted" poster of it. Here's a good example by GarRobMil, and another good example by KriszTianOlah and one by johnx1. Many thanks to funkwood for the themepost.

Pet Costumes
23 entries - contest ended 1/17/2020

January 14 is National Dress Up Your Pet Day and provides a special day to celebrate with your pet and show of their fashion style. Pets do become part of one’s family. Whether you take a visit to the groomer or take it a step further and dress up in matching outfits, be sure your pet companion is safe and comfortable. 
In recognition of National Dress Up Your Pet Day, dress up pets or any animals. Many thanks to the late preemiememe for the themepost.

Freak Show
22 entries - contest ended 1/14/2020

It's Freak Show time! Time to get your whips ready and get the freaking circus started! This is a contest to exhibit some of your creative works. 
Photoshop and exhibit anything you wish with no "contest restrictions".  (standard site rules still apply).

Year of the Rat
19 entries - contest ended 1/11/2020

2020 is a Year of the Rat. Being the first sign in the Chinese zodiac, rat is a natural leader and conquerer but is also considered a protector of wealth and bringer of material prosperity.
To welcome the upcoming Year of the Rat, photoshop what life would be like if rats ruled the world. Some examples are - merge rats with people and other animals, put rats into world events, movies and paintings, etc. Many thanks to katiekate for the themepost.

Rowan Atkinson
22 entries - contest ended 1/8/2020

British actor Rowan Atkinson, most known for his Mr. Bean character, celebrates his 65th birthday this Monday. Atkinson originally planned his career in science, before he turned into acting. He was always described as a "funny geek", when he studied in Newcastle University and Oxford University. In one of his interviews Rowan said that if he did not become an actor, he would be a math professor at one of the small quiet universities in the UK. Happy 65th Birthday, Rowan!
To mark the 65th birthday of Rowan Atkinson, photoshop him any way you wish.  Many thanks to Hitspinner for the themepost, "Loan Shark Bean".

Abstract Masterpieces
11 entries - contest started 1/25/2020 8:45:00 AM

Abstract art uses a visual language of simplified forms, colors and lines. Simplification in abstract art often knows no limits. One of the most famous abstract paintings is "Black Square" by Kazimir Malevich, which he unofficially called "black square on white background". Another one of Malevich's masterpieces takes simplification one step further - it is called "White on White" and shows a white square on a white background. 
Take any famous painting and turn it into abstract art by simplifying its forms, elements and colors. Many thanks to Terhonen for the Themepost.

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