Health Care

Contest Info

  • Started: 3/4/2010 11:10
  • Ended: 3/7/2010 17:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 28
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
  • FN Advanced 4th Place $1
Health Care
Contest Directions: March marks a year since Obama started to push the healthcare reform bill. The bill was rejected by the House, was then reduced and reworked, and now comes the second big push to approve it. Even though Democrats do not have the secured votes majority to approve the bill, they hope that it will be approved by the House, "whatever it takes to get the votes".
Photoshop anything related to health care - nurses, doctors, patients, hospitals, syringes, health insurance advertisements, health care de-motivational posters, movies and paintings featuring doctors and nurses, etc. Here's a good example.

Contest Info

    • Started: 3/4/2010 11:10
    • Ended: 3/7/2010 17:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 28
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
    • FN Advanced 4th Place $1
28 pictures
  • Monkey Medicine

    Monkey Medicine
        • Just a possible caption..."Don't Monkey With Medicine".
        • Love the whole thing but the monkey prisoner toy really sells this image for me!
        • Idea, composition, attention to fine details (love the torn coat) and execution....all brilliant!!!
        • Hilarious-as long as you are not the patient. High marks.
        • ty guys!

          lightens, I knew nothing of the sort, but I'd be glad to hear your theory...
        • I agree with Lightlens! Monkeys are people too! Either ban the funkster or make him bail out by sending his cutouts collection to Jeremix!

          [Edited by User on 3/7/2010 2:54:40 PM]
        • hahaha, sorry, I forgot monkeys are people too...
        • Lightens need to lighten up...Congrats FW
        • Congrats Funkwood. I think you offered the viewer a surreal view of the World-should the MONKEYS ever gain control. Watch yer' back LightLens.
        • Thanks all! Yes, as geri pointed out, I was trying to create a parody of our current and possibly future health care system...
        • wonderful, FW! Ditto to what jeremix said.
        • Yeh his found a job, it's cleaning out V bank account PMSL!
  • Intensive Care withBarack Obama

    Intensive Care withBarack Obama
        • Great work! The sicker-the better.Good luck.
        • CONGRATS! Obama never looked better. Great job on this one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
        • Congratulation Taita, .
          this artwork my favorite one.
        • Silver congrats, Taita! Health care well done
  • Obamacare

    Obamacare
        • Awesomely creative chop and lots of cool details!!

          grats on the bronze jere!!
        • Bronze health care certificate for Jere! Grats!
        • I love this one as well Jerry. we ere neck and neck for a while there lol. congrats mate awesome work
  • Barack Obama as the Grim Reaper

    Barack Obama as the Grim Reaper
  • Wealth Care NASCAR Style

    Wealth Care NASCAR Style
        • I like this & hey it's a viable idea, they put advertising everywhere else...& I so like him in Scrubs
        • Freaking great idea! Ads should help. lol!
  • Health Care is Coming

    Health Care is Coming
        • Full view needed, and if I am wright this was created from scratch by the author! Hats off!
        • Yes with help from Illustrator for the shading. The full view is much larger.

          [Edited by User on 3/6/2010 7:51:48 PM]
  • Obama Future Medical Experiment

    Obama Future Medical Experiment
  • Bill Clinton the Gynecologist

    Bill Clinton the Gynecologist
  • Dr.Schneider

    Dr.Schneider
  • Wallet Biopsy Denied: Sturgeons at Work

    Wallet Biopsy Denied: Sturgeons at Work
        • Yeah...like that'll ever happen. They're all bought and paid for by the insurance industry, and the media doesn't even try to report how inappropriate it is that they have a vote at all!

          [Edited by User on 3/5/2010 6:09:16 AM]
  • ObamaCare Less Card

    ObamaCare Less Card
  • Barack Obama with the Long Nose Of Denial

    Barack Obama with the Long Nose Of Denial
        • Health care bill or health care beak?
        • Hi finally starts to look like Republican (elephant)!
  • Barack Obama in Once Upon a Healthcare Bill

    Barack Obama in Once Upon a Healthcare Bill
  • Barack Obama Doctor Injecting Patient

    Barack Obama Doctor Injecting Patient
  • Dr Barack Obama

    Dr Barack Obama
  • Health Care Problems

    Health Care Problems
        • Interesting, but should "medison" be medicine?
        • yep Thank You

          [Edited by User on 3/8/2010 9:48:22 AM]
  • Icream Ambulance

    Icream Ambulance
  • Barack Obama Cuts Boys Head Off With Toy Light Sabre

    Barack Obama Cuts Boys Head Off With Toy Light Sabre
  • World's Greatest Health Care

    World's Greatest Health Care
  • Obama's Free White Coats

    Obama's Free White Coats
  • Sarah Palin Gets a Brain Transplant

    Sarah Palin Gets a Brain Transplant
        • Ha Ha Ha ..... Dear God No!! Throw that one back let the Republicans deal with that.
  • Harry Reid the Doctor

    Harry Reid the Doctor
        • The tie on the left guy looks like blood
          All good docs here
        • We'll shout it at the tops of our little squeeky, mousey voices...

          [caption]

          "Barrack's package is healthy and this big"

          [/caption]

  • Granny Goes Before Death Panel

    Granny Goes Before Death Panel
        • I dont believe in death panels lightlens.I just thought it would be funny ,to show what some people would imagine them to be
        • It used to be Death and Taxes that were unavoidable. Now there's also health care
  • Operation Fails, Barack Obama LIVES

    Operation Fails, Barack Obama LIVES
  • Barack Obama Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest

    Barack Obama Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest
  • Moses with Health CareTablets

    Moses with Health CareTablets
  • Click the Button

    Click the Button
        • "Out of Order" Broken please try again later
        • Wait Renegade you did 3 tours in Nam ....How old are you? I thought I was the oldest member here at 48 you must around 70
  • America's Health Care Choices

    America's Health Care Choices
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