Cheesy World

Contest Info

  • Started: 8/9/2006 06:00
  • Ended: 8/11/2006 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 35
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $20
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $12
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $8
Cheesy World
Contest Directions: Besides the fact that mice love it, it's hard to find a person who doesn't like cheese. We all know it goes well with wine, and that the moon is made of cheese. In this contest you are asked to photoshop cheese world - make new cheese products, use it as material for something else, add cheese to paintings, billboards, advertisements, magazines, and books, etc. This is one contest where it's OK to be "cheesy".

Contest Info

    • Started: 8/9/2006 06:00
    • Ended: 8/11/2006 06:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 35
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $20
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $12
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $8
This gallery only contains our top 36 selections from its parent contest Cheesy World. All 35 contest pictures can be viewed here.
  • Angel Made of Cheese

    Angel Made of Cheese
  • Car Oil Made of Cheese

    Car Oil Made of Cheese
  • Cheese Mouse Trap

    Cheese Mouse Trap
  • Cheese TV Remote

    Cheese TV Remote
  • Mouse Driving a Cheese Car

    Mouse Driving a Cheese Car
  • Dice Made of Cheese

    Dice Made of Cheese
  • Mouse with a Cheese Space Station

    Mouse with a Cheese Space Station
  • Men Fishing in Cheese

    Men Fishing in Cheese
  • Cheesy Dominos

    Cheesy Dominos
  • Woman Running with Baskets of Cheese

    Woman Running with Baskets of Cheese
  • Cheese Stairs in a House

    Cheese Stairs in a House
  • Jesus Carrying a Cheese Cross

    Jesus Carrying a Cheese Cross
  • Absolut Cheese

    Absolut Cheese
  • Cottage Made of Cheese

    Cottage Made of Cheese
  • Statue Of Liberty Made of Cheese

    Statue Of Liberty Made of Cheese
  • Globe Made of Cheese

    Globe Made of Cheese
  • Cheese Inside a Computer

    Cheese Inside a Computer
  • Leaning Tower of Parmesan Cheese in Italy

    Leaning Tower of Parmesan Cheese in Italy
  • Holy Characters in Cheese Art

    Holy Characters in Cheese Art
  • Cheddar Cheese Computer Keyboard

    Cheddar Cheese Computer Keyboard
  • Boy with a Cheese Head

    Boy with a Cheese Head
  • Edam Cheese Beer

    Edam Cheese Beer
  • Declaration of Independence Made of Swiss Cheese

    Declaration of Independence Made of Swiss Cheese
  • Spongebob Cheese Cake

    Spongebob Cheese Cake
  • Escher Hand Holding an Apple Made of Cheese

    Escher Hand Holding  an Apple Made of Cheese
  • The Thinker Statue Made of Cheese

    The Thinker Statue Made of Cheese
  • Cheese Painted Lamborghini

    Cheese Painted Lamborghini
  • George Bush Giving a Cheese Award

    George Bush Giving a Cheese Award
  • Giant Mouse Eating a Cheese Skyscraper

    Giant Mouse Eating a Cheese Skyscraper
  • Statue of Liberty Made of Cheese

    Statue of Liberty Made of Cheese
  • Banana and Cheese Hybrid

    Banana and Cheese Hybrid
  • Swiss Cheese Computer

    Swiss Cheese Computer
  • Cheese Billiard Table

    Cheese Billiard Table
  • Baseball Player Pitching a Lump of Cheese

    Baseball Player Pitching a Lump of Cheese
  • Man Poking Cheese in Another Man's Mouth

    Man Poking Cheese in Another Man's Mouth
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This contest is fueled by the following news: When all is said and done, there is something truly special about handmade cheese from such places as Maine or California or from Normany or the French Pyrenees. Of course, there is no disrespect meant against the plastic wrapped cheese found in supermarkets the world over -- Swiss, blue, cheddar and so forth. If you are a person who has yet to appreciate and experience a washed rind cow's milk cheese made in Ireland or perhaps Amarelo da Beira Baixa from eastern Portugal or perhaps even a very creamy blue from Northern California, you really have not had the true and complete cheese experience. With that said, with the growth of the Internet, catalogues and cheese of the month clubs, it is now far easier to try new cheeses no matter where you happen to live in the world. By way of an example, if you will be entertaining this summer, artisan cheeses are wonderful additions to the table. They are perfect with everything from salads to meets to desserts (yes, desserts). The merchandising director for Williams-Sonoma, Sandy Peterson, credits the founder of that company, Chuck Williams, with the introduction of artisan cheeses to the public generally, he introduced these cheeses to the market in the 1970s. Peterson went on to note that Williams-Sonoma was the one of the very first companies to offer farmhouse cheese. She also noted that today people are as interested in cheese as they are in wine. She also indicated that people are starting to become more experimental with cheese, are willing to try new and different cheeses. In fact, Williams-Sonoma offers a few new selections each and every month. During the holiday season, customers of Williams-Sonoma can join a cheese of the month club.
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