July 22, 2008

*Real* Real-World Photoshop, Vitruvian Wookies, and more

  • In his Tell a Lie project, Henry Hadlow "uses a camera to mimic common Photoshop effects."  Killer! [Via Paul McJones]
  • Vader Crossing the Delaware: On Worth1000, P-shoppers mash up Star Wars with fine art.  Surveying a couple of the pieces, Bryan Hughes remarked, "Man, that is some seriously disturbing stuff. Sort of like Joe Satriani for the eyes …which is to say that, yeah, I know there’s crazy talent there… but what a way to misuse it!" [Via Dave Dobish]
  • Green Patriot Posters bring kick-ass poster art to the fight against climate change.  Nick Snyder writes, "Contributions from other designers will be featured in the coming months. In September, Green Patriot Posters will launch an online competition where participants may submit Green Patriot Poster designs, view other posters and vote on designs."
Posted by John Nack at 8:20 PM on July 22, 2008

Comments

  • ninjaturkey — 3:17 AM on July 23, 2008

    The “Tell a lie”-project is really great (hm – i should try that with Illustrator)! But there seems to be a “bug” in Real-Life-Photoshop: in any situation only the Move-Tool is activated. ;-)

  • Kent C. — 2:15 PM on July 23, 2008

    Appreciate the irony (unintended I’m sure) of the 1st and 3rd links.

  • Embassy Pro Books — 12:51 PM on July 24, 2008

    Yoda on a stone and Chewy & Eve were hillarious. I loved it.

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