Ewe did good, Mr. HoHouse, it was a tough competition after all. You are posting some decent numbers for a conventional chop. That means they liked it hehe and so do I. His name shall henceforth be known as Mick Moses or McMoses for short
Photoshop this street music image (click to download) any way you wish. Some examples are: redesigning the street house or windows; changing the musician on the street for someone else, putting people, ghosts, or objects into the street.
These are just some ideas.
Many thanks to Maciej Lewandowski and Stock Exchange for providing the source image.
This week I stumbled upon the list of the 50 worst music band names in history. While the chart is subjective it offers some insights about how the group names were chosen, with some witty author's comments.
I was surprised to learn that "Green Day" was made as a reference to the whole day of pot smoking. And it's interesting to see the band which made #1 spot of the chart, - it reminds me the conversation we had in FreakingNews chat room yesterday.
Create visualizations of music band names of your choice. E.g. huge rocks rolling down the hill would remind us of one of the greatest bands in music history. It's up to you whether you want to reveal the band's name in your entry title, or camouflage it with something else, and ask other members to guess group's name in the comments. For the purposes of this contest we will also allow names of individual music artists and one-man groups.
Show the results of music corporate mergers - two companies (or fast food companies) joining together in the music business. Create new CD's or advertising campaigns showing singers/musicians and their participation with these companies. Or show the result of corporate involvement in international music such as altered instruments, the Hamburgular rocking out with a pan flute, etc.
Photoshop images of U.S. or international politicians displaying their Pop-Rock, Country or Alternative music talents. Feel free to cut a "CD" cover for them, or simply put them on-stage like Secretary of State Colin Powell.