Invisible Art

Contest Info

  • Started: 4/3/2007 06:00
  • Ended: 4/5/2007 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 27
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
Invisible Art
Contest Directions: In a recent campaign speech, Hillary Clinton was explaining how the economy can be driven out of recession by so called "invisible hand" of the market. Or, as Bill Clinton said, "the economy needs an invisible hand job."
In this contest you are asked to photoshop works of art and make any parts of them invisible. The disappeared parts can be objects or characters - e.g. leave the character's clothes, while make the depicted person disappear.

Contest Info

    • Started: 4/3/2007 06:00
    • Ended: 4/5/2007 06:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 27
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
This gallery only contains our top 25 selections from its parent contest Invisible Art. All 27 contest pictures can be viewed here.
  • Invisible Woman in a Bouguereau Painting

    Invisible Woman in a Bouguereau Painting
  • Invisible Betty Rothschild Painting

    Invisible Betty Rothschild Painting
  • Girl Sitting on an Invisible Chair by Borguereau

    Girl Sitting on an Invisible Chair by Borguereau
  • Invisible Woman with a Water Pitcher Bouguereau Painting

    Invisible Woman with a Water Pitcher Bouguereau Painting
  • Invisible Girl in a Agnolo Bronzino Painting

    Invisible Girl in a Agnolo Bronzino Painting
  • Invisible Gitl at a Window by Dali

    Invisible Gitl at a Window by Dali
  • Invisible People at the Cross by Raphael

    Invisible People at the Cross by Raphael
  • Invisible Woman Looking in a Mirror Painting

    Invisible Woman Looking in a Mirror Painting
  • Girl with Invisible Cloaking Clothes Painting

    Girl with Invisible Cloaking Clothes Painting
  • Invisible Statue of Liberty

    Invisible Statue of Liberty
  • Invisible Mexican Calendar Girl

    Invisible Mexican Calendar Girl
  • Invisible Anne Marie Louise Thelusson Painting

    Invisible Anne Marie Louise Thelusson Painting
  • Invisible Woman and Child in a Bouguereau Painting

    Invisible Woman and Child in a Bouguereau Painting
  • Invisible Woman With a Violin Bohemian Painting

    Invisible Woman With a Violin Bohemian Painting
  • The Invisible Last Supper Painting

    The Invisible Last Supper Painting
  • Magritte the Invisible Painter

    Magritte the Invisible Painter
  • invisible Pelt Merchant of Cairo

    invisible Pelt Merchant of Cairo
  • Man Kissing an Invisible Woman

    Man Kissing an Invisible Woman
  • Invisible Woman in the Country Painting

    Invisible Woman in the Country Painting
  • Invisible Old Guitarist by Picasso

    Invisible Old Guitarist by Picasso
  • Dali's Invisible Girl at a Window

    Dali's Invisible Girl at a Window
  • Invisible Adam and Eve

    Invisible Adam and Eve
  • Girl with an Invisible Body Under a Wave by Bouguereau

    Girl with an Invisible Body Under a Wave by Bouguereau
  • Man with an Invisible Head Painting

    Man with an Invisible Head Painting
  • Invisible Clocks by Dali

    Invisible Clocks by Dali
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This contest is fueled by the following news: The object or person is said to be invisible when it can not be see for one reason or another. Invisibility is usually associated with the science fiction and magic where the object can not be seen due to some special powers cast upon it, or with the help of modern technology. However the effect can be achieved in practice too in special cases. To understand how the invisibility can be achieved one must first grab the basic concept of what visibility is. We see objects by the means of light photons reflecting off the surface of objects and getting into our eyes where they hit retina, which triggers electromagnetic impulses sent into our brain. Thus, if for some reason light photos do not reflect off some object this object becomes invisible, and can not be seen. This happens in substances and materials made which allow light to pass through - feature known as transparency - which happens in clear glass and air. An object can be said to become invisible if it can not be seen for reasons other than not reflecting off the light. Examples of such kind include an object which is: located behind an obstacle, has the same color as the background, is out of sight, or is positioned in the area with little or not light. Some objects with great mass create so strong gravity that any photons of light can not escape this gravity field so they do not reflect off the surface but stay there. These objects are known as black holes. In folklore, literature, and science fiction invisibility is often one of the favorite features. It is usually created by the means of spells and powers, as well as special artifacts or technologies.
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