Dutch artist Telmo Pieper decided to recreate his childhood drawings (made when he was 4) using Photoshop and photo sources. The results are quite amusing - they look like asymmetric creatures and objects with deformed proportions, yet they look quite photo realistic. Perhaps this is how kids see the world nowadays?
Show how (any) kids' drawings could look if kids used photoshop and photo sources to create them.
Many thanks to silvercanine for the contest idea and to Telmo Pieper for the themepost.
This Thursday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images. Ordination of little children into priesthood is quite common in Buddhism. In this regard there's a lot of questions and controversy whether it's OK to let parents make life-long decisions for kids as young as 10 and send them to become monks at such early age. Even if a child agrees, he may not realize nor fully know that such choice implies life long commitments like celibacy, absence of family, and many limitations due to the monks' code of conduct. In the resent years the children monk controversy is especially elevated by the numerous cases of child abuse reported in Buddhist monasteries. Most psychologists agree that such important life choices as becoming a monk should probably be made at a grown up age.
Photoshop this photo of a kid monk any way you wish. Some examples are - make this kid wear fashionable clothes, place him in some unusual environment, or make him run some errands. (Image credit: Joan Campderrós-i-Canas)
There are many prequels of soccer in history that involve kicking a ball - "harpastum" in the Roman Empire, "cuju" in China, and "woggabaliri" in Australia. The first formal rules of the modern soccer were drawn up in England, at Cambridge University in 1848. To promote the soccer's popularity in the US, many children's soccer clubs are open and financed by FIFA (The Fédération Internationale de Football Association) these days.
Photoshop this photo of a soccer goalie kid (image credit Torsten Bolten) any way you wish.
Ever see a little boy with a full grown beard? The Boy Scouts "Be One With the Wild" campaign shows fresh faced scouts with scruffy facial hair.
The ads, which were created by the Atlanta office of the global ad firm Ogilvy & Mather, are attempting to attract more kids to the Boy Scouts with humor creepiness. Or maybe the ads are just encouraging kids to grow beards and mustaches.
Photoshop children or babies (of either gender) with beards and/or mustaches.
This Friday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images.
Photoshop this image of this son of a beach (image credit: Arsel Özgürdal) any way you wish. Some examples are - re-dressing this beach kid, mane the beach kid perform some stunts, use this son of a beach image in movies, paintings, etc. These are just some ideas.