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Upside down MichelangeloFunny Upside down Michelangelo
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Baby Michelangelo' s WorkFunny Baby Michelangelo' s Work
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....... Really amazing view to see it in Kid style

Michelangelo's 3D PrinterFunny Michelangelo's 3D Printer
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Modern days would be easier for him to get more name and fame he would have created all his sculptures with the click of a button Nice Idea
Cool idea now a day a printer can do anything
ericnorthend, 4D, Yes Of course, Time. I chopped an 538 year time dilation into Photoshop's Heisenberg filter.


Arnold Schwarzenegger in Michelangelo PaintingFunny Arnold Schwarzenegger in Michelangelo Painting
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.. Arnold face texture and the skin texture is almost matched, good execution and nice blending of hand over the face like it
Texture is very nice Like it good opening of the contest
Terrific match & texture on the face .... very well done .
Nicely done. Love the facial expression. Great matching of the textures and brush strokes.
Really good texture work... great job. Congrats..
Fantastic blend - looks authentic. Arnie is a natural fit here. Congrats on the silver, Pix.

Paris Hilton and Michelangelo in Apple AdFunny Paris Hilton and Michelangelo in Apple Ad
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I can think different, good artistic work inside the Computer, well placed graphic with good work on shadows
Likewise the title the work is also different Well done hidden

The birth of Chicken Creation Michelangelo PaintingFunny The birth of Chicken Creation Michelangelo Painting
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This explains all ... the chicken was first..
But if a rooster laid an egg on the barn roof, what side of the barn would it roll down. Great Job.
Funny chicks looks so innocent, artistic mix is looking good, i like it
Very creative. Should have scored higher in my opinion.

Michelangelo Valium AdvertFunny Michelangelo Valium Advert
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Nice placement of the Capsule box over the fingers, and good work on the girl with a sweet
Awesome and Fantastic Its a flawless work done here
This is one of the better entries. I thought it should have scored higher. Nice work..

Michelangelo Nahshon`s Motorola AdFunny Michelangelo Nahshon`s Motorola Ad
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Whatever did they do before Cell Phones.
Great placement, both the brands were perfectly matched to the texture of the original
Me loves it, but Motorola logo could use better blending

Beach Fun in Michelangelo PaintingFunny Beach Fun in Michelangelo Painting
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Santorum vs Obama in Michelangelo PaintingFunny Santorum vs Obama in Michelangelo Painting
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Nice to see Obama in this image behind great work on his face, its perfectly matched to the image nice try

Michelangelo Buonarroti 2014Funny Michelangelo Buonarroti 2014 - March 6, 2014 is the 539th birthday of one of the greatest artists of all times, Michelangelo Buonarroti. The second of five brothers, Michelangelo became a living legend of his time after he painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel at the age of 33. Originally he did not want to accept the job as he always considered himself a sculptor, not a painter. However after Vatican used their ties to persuade Michelangelo through his relatives, he finally agreed to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel but only on the condition that he will do all the composition as he wishes without any interference from Vatican. Three decades later Michelangelo was commissioned to paint the massive altar wall fresco - The Last Judgment - at the very same Sistine Chapel. Michelangelo dedicated his whole long life to art, God, and people. He once said to his apprentice: "However rich I may have been, I have always lived like a poor man." Show how Michelangelo's masterpieces would change if he created them these days. E.g. show how Michelangelo would make a living nowadays by designing advertising for modern products and companies, include modern elements in his art works, etc. Many thanks to Registered for the themepost.


Michelangelo Buonarroti 2013Funny Michelangelo Buonarroti 2013 - March 6, 2013 is the 538th birthday of one of the greatest artists of all times, Michelangelo Buonarroti. The second of five brothers, Michelangelo became a living legend of his time after he painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel at the age of 33. Originally he did not want to accept the job as he always considered himself a sculptor, not a painter. However after Vatican used their ties to persuade Michelangelo through his relatives, he finally agreed to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel but only on the condition that he will do all the composition as he wishes without any interference from Vatican. Three decades later Michelangelo was commissioned to paint the massive altar wall fresco - The Last Judgment - at the very same Sistine Chapel. Michelangelo dedicated his whole long life to art, God, and people. He once said to his apprentice: "However rich I may have been, I have always lived like a poor man." Show how Michelangelo's masterpieces would change if he created them these days. E.g. show how Michelangelo would make a living nowadays by designing advertising for modern products and companies, include modern elements in his art works, etc.

Michelangelo BuonarrotiFunny Michelangelo Buonarroti - March 6, 2012 is the 537th birthday of one of the greatest artists of all times, Michelangelo Buonarroti. The second of five brothers, Michelangelo became a living legend of his time after he painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel at the age of 33. Originally he did not want to accept the job as he always considered himself a sculptor, not a painter. However after Vatican used their ties to persuade Michelangelo through his relatives, he finally agreed to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel but only on the condition that he will do all the composition as he wishes without any interference from Vatican. Three decades later Michelangelo was commissioned to paint the massive altar wall fresco - The Last Judgment - at the very same Sistine Chapel. Michelangelo dedicated his whole long life to art, God, and people. He once said to his apprentice: "However rich I may have been, I have always lived like a poor man." Show how Michelangelo's masterpieces would change if he created them these days. E.g. show how Michelangelo would make a living nowadays by designing advertising for modern products and companies, include modern elements in his art works, etc.

Michelangelo ModernizedFunny Michelangelo Modernized - March 6, 2011 is the 536th birthday of one of the greatest artists of all times, Michelangelo Buonarroti. The second of five brothers, Michelangelo became a living legend of his time after he painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel at the age of 33. Originally he did not want to accept the job as he always considered himself a sculptor, not a painter. However after Vatican used their ties to persuade Michelangelo through his relatives, he finally agreed to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel but only on the condition that he will do all the composition as he wishes without any interference from Vatican. Three decades later Michelangelo was commissioned to paint the massive altar wall fresco - The Last Judgment - at the very same Sistine Chapel. Michelangelo dedicated his whole long life to art, God, and people. He once said to his apprentice: "However rich I may have been, I have always lived like a poor man." Show how Michelangelo's masterpieces would change if he created them these days. E.g. show how Michelangelo would make a living nowadays by designing advertising for modern products and companies, include modern elements in his art works, etc.

Modern MichelangeloFunny Modern Michelangelo - March 6, 2010 is the 535th birthday of one of the greatest artists of all times, Michelangelo Buonarroti. The second of five brothers, Michelangelo became a living legend of his time after he painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel at the age of 33. Originally he did not want to accept the job as he always considered himself a sculptor, not a painter. However after Vatican used their ties to persuade Michelangelo through his relatives, he finally agreed to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel but only on the condition that he will do all the composition as he wishes without any interference from Vatican. Three decades later Michelangelo was commissioned to paint the massive altar wall fresco - The Last Judgment - at the very same Sistine Chapel. Michelangelo dedicated his whole long life to art, God, and people. He once said to his apprentice: "However rich I may have been, I have always lived like a poor man." Show how Michelangelo's masterpieces would change if he created them these days. E.g. show how Michelangelo would make a living nowadays by designing advertising for modern products and companies, include modern elements in his art works, etc.


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