Newly published research suggests how much we eat directly depends on the colors of the food on our plate. There are even new diets based on picking the foods with particular colors. In particular, such cold colors as green and blue tend to suppress our appetite, while hot colors like red, yellow, and brown increase our appetite. So if you want to lose weight you are advised to use food and plates of green, blue or another "cold" color.
So, now it turns out that eating less is a simple matter of "recoloring" our food? Hopefully with photoshop it's rather easy, but let's not stop with just food - recolor anything / anyone (partially or fully) changing the original color(s) to the unusual. Here's a good example.
Today, 4th of July, America celebrates its Independence Day. 235 years ago the Declaration of Independence was signed by the country's fathers, declaring independence from Great Britain.
Give American flag paint-jobs to any objects, people or animals. Here's a good example by midian and another example by WetCrimson. Happy 4th of July!!!
This Thursday the artistic world is celebrating the birthday of Mark Rothko - the leading figure in Color Field painting. This style is characterized by painting large fields with solid color. Rothko is considered one of the best color masters in art history with his abstract painting of colors. Art dealers say Rothko's works masterfully pass the artists moods just through the gradients of colors.
To celebrate the birthday of the master of colors at Freaking News, recolor anything / anyone (partially or fully) changing the original color(s) to the unusual. Here's a good example.
Scientists have discovered a new species of frog which has purple fluorescent colored skin. While new species of animals are discovered now and then, they are usually in the insect realm; however a discovery of such a highly sophisticated animal as a frog is a rarity. The purple frog lives in the South American highlands of Suriname and is considered a threatened animal.
In this contest you are asked to alter or change the colors of any animals (except humans). Sophisticated paint jobs are also allowed - e.g. Mona Lisa paint job on a whale.