Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is causing a lot of news buzz last days. He admitted to smoking crack and using other illegal drugs, mixing excessive drinking with drugs, and reckless driving under influence. On Monday Toronto City Council stripped the underfire mayor of most of his powers, though keeping his title so far. During the City Council meeting, Rob Ford knocked over a city councilor, as he charged around the chamber.
Photoshop Toronto Mayor Rob Ford any way you wish.
Harrison Ford turned 70 last Friday. Seventy!
Back in the 1970s, Harrison was just another struggling actor trying to make ends meet in Hollywood. He was hired to build cabinets at the home of director George Lucas, and the rest was history. George cast him "American Graffiti" and gave him his big break as Han Solo in "Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope." Harrison went on to play to play Indiana Jones in four films, and Jack Ryan in two Tom Clancy book adaptations.
The King of Coolness later starred in Blade Runner, Air Force One, Witness, Patriot Games, The Fugitive and more hit films than we can even list here. Happy 70th Birthday, Harrison!
To mark the 70th birthday of Harrison Ford, photoshop him any way you wish.
Ford Motor Co. which lost $6 billion on North American operations alone, said it expects to burn up $10 billion in cash to run its business through 2009 and spend another $7 billion to invest in new products. Will they have to go back to the basics by resurrecting the Model T?
In this contest you are asked to photoshop what products Ford can produce to turn the company around. Show how they will use the 7 billion dollar new product investment (such as a Model T Ford with modern features), create a new advertising campaign.
Henry Ford once said his dream was to create a car that every American
family can afford. Nonetheless, Americans are buying more Toyotas than
Fords and Ford is suffering losses bigger than expected. Ford
strategic advisors are now on the cost-cutting quest to save leading
American car manufacturer from bankruptcy. In this contest you are
asked help Ford by showing how they can cut costs by producing new cars with some
parts being really cheap - e.g. rusted doors from older cars models,
parts from cars being in car accidents, tires from old cars being
different size, saloon seats made of wood, flashlights instead of
front lights, etc. The key is to change only part(s) (not the whole car) of
otherwise new good Ford car, and that part(s) have to be really cheap
- either parts from older cars, or made from some cheap materials. Try
to use photos of brand new "shiny" Ford cars, so that the difference
with the changed parts is obvious.