It is good. I like. However, is the picture representative of an idiom or the literal meaning of the term. This is a tricky one. I think it works fine after looking at the way the contest rules are worded.
Bull Froggy's - The Place For Legs. This is one of the joke ads I've done in our publication "The Best Of The North Georgia Mountains". it's kind of a parody of Chick-fil-a's advertising "EET More CHIKEN." Member reactions:
Very funny and very clever... Is their motto, "Get A Leg Up On The Competition."
How about a link to "The Best Of The North Georgia Mountains."
... I wish I would have thought of that. We'll save it for the franchise prospectus. It's www.thebestofebrj.com It was the Best Of Ellijay, Blue Ridge & Jasper but we just changed the name
Looks real in a parallel universe... Like a lot.
Great magazine, "hidden." And, great article about you in the current issue starting on page 48. Do you do ALL the original artwork for it.
Getting out of my mind seeing this again and again.... EEET more FROG.
Thanks. Yes, It's a small town paper, my wife and I do it all along with a bunch of great columnists we have that write for the paper
All the animals are jumping on the eat more frogs bandwagon. That is some tasty looking frog legs, nice job.
Robb,creative and funny piece of work,Congrats on the bronze
According to the Chinese Horoscope, the year 2009 is the Year of the Bull (Ox). It is expected to bring stability and will be slow but steady year. It is also a year of harvest, when hard previous work pays off. Hopefully this means that bulls will come to the stock markets too - we waited for them too long!
Happy New Year to all FNers and your families!
To celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Bull, and to welcome bulls to stock markets, photoshop bulls (or buffalo) any way you wish.
Wall Street Bull sculpture, also called the Charging Bull, or the Bowling Green Bull, is one of the symbols of The Financial District in Manhattan. The famous 7,000 pound bronze statue was created by Arturo Di Modica and installed near Wall Street to "bring bulls back to Wall Street" after the 1987 stock market crash. The bull sculpture is said to bring luck to traders and stockbrokers if they rub it on the testicles. The polished shiny testicles of the statue is the evidence of how many traders and tourists follow this tradition.
With the current stock market sell-off panic, we need to invite bulls back to Wall Street. Lets see if Freaking News can help make it happen.
To invite bulls back to Wall Street photoshop
the famous Wall Street Bull statue any way you wish. You can use the suggested Wall Street Bull source image*, or any other source image of the Wall Street Bull.
* Thanks to Claire Savill for providing this photo.