This Saturday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images.
Photoshop this image of the baby ball vendor any way you wish (image credit: Wilfredor). Some examples are - redress the vendor, make him sell baby balls in unusual places, etc. These are just some ideas.
UPDATE: It's a Boy!
The Duchess of Cambridge is in labor, and the world awaits for the birth of the royal baby, who will be the 3rd in line for the throne. Despite many speculations on "leaked info" on the gender of the royal baby, the official word from Buckingham Palace is that the couple do not know the sex of their first child, and are eagerly awaiting to find out, as the rest of the world.
To supersede the official news, let's show what the royal baby will look like.
#Royalbaby is trending on twitter as the announcement of Kate Middleton's pregnancy was made by The Royal Palace. People wanna know what the royal baby will look like. Twitter user @hotpatooties said this, referring to an FN image: "Kate and Will are expecting a baby, but there is a good chance they will have one of these".
To feed the curiosity of twitter users and all who want to know, photoshop what the royal baby (of Kate Middleton and Prince William) may look like.
Psychologists recommend - the best way for parents to emotionally connect with their babies, is to pretend they are babies too. Coming back to their childhood vision of life, parents will share emotions free of life experience and prejudices. In other words, in moments of play and joy with their children, parents should simply turn into oversized babies.
Let's help parents and babies swap places by swapping heads of babies and their parents.
New York was abuzz Tuesday over the birth of baby girl Blue Ivy to one of the Big Apple's most glamorous couples, rapper Jay-Z and R&B singer Beyonce.
Curious onlookers and TV satellite vans staked out Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan's posh Upper East Side, waiting for a glimpse of Blue Ivy Carter, born Saturday, and her proud parents.
However the super secret star couple slipped past waiting paparazzi with a motorcade of black SUVs at 1:30 am. Several magazines including "People" are making multi-million dollar offers to the couple to win the exclusive rights of the first publication of Blue Ivy's photo. Ticked with all the buzz and media attention about how Blue Ivy looks like, 50 cent tweeted yesterday "Yal play to much congratulations to JAYZ and Beyonce BABY #BlueIvyCarter IS GEORGOUS" and attached two mockup pictures of a baby with Jay-Z's face superimposed on it. It's a good thing 50 cent has some Photoshop skills!
While the world is expecting to see the first pictures of Blue Ivy Carter, we can only speculate how the baby will look. Let's show the world what Beyonce-Jay-Z Baby baby may (or may not) look like.
Many thanks to Preemiememe for the contest concept