Elections 2016 are particularly interesting because of the candidates. Depending on who wins, America will have its first female president (Hillary Clinton), Hispanic president (Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio), Jewish president (Bernie Sanders), billionaire president (Donald Trump). Btw, if Hillary wins the election, she'll be called Mrs. President and Bill Clinton will be called "first man."
Why choose between the candidates when you can combine them? In this contest you are asked to create a perfect 2016 US presidential candidate by combining any TWO official candidates - left vertical half and right vertical half accordingly. We did a similar thing with celebrities in "partial face transplants" contest, now let's do this with the presidential candidates.
Today's stock photo was taken just 3 days ago - this Tuesday in Washington, Obama presented the Presidential Medal of Freedom to 17 people, including Steven Spielberg and Barbra Streisand.
Photoshop this photo of Obama presenting Spielberg with the Presidential Medal of Freedom any way you wish.
The Republican candidates may be spending Thanksgiving in Iowa or New Hampshire instead of at home this year as the primary calendar quickly comes to an end with just six weeks until the first votes are cast.
Among Republicans, one in five (19%) would vote for Godfather Pizza CEO Herman Cain in the GOP primary while 16% would vote for former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and 15% would vote for former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich. Other candidates are all under 10% including Rick Perry (9%), Ron Paul (5%), Michele Bachman (2%), Jon Huntsman (2%), Rick Santorum (1%) and Gary Johnson at less than 1%. Three in ten Republicans (30%), however, are still not at all sure who they would vote for in the Republican primary (according to a recent poll by Harris Interactive).
Why choose when you can combine? Take two GOP presidential candidates and combine them into one candidate by merging the left and right halves of their faces.
This Friday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images.
Photoshop this Obama's handshake image any way you wish (image credit Pete Souza / US Government work). Some examples are - making Obama perform some stunts, designing a poster with any of the characters in the Presidential handshake image, putting this handshake crew into some new environment, movies, paintings, etc. These are just some ideas.
U.S. Presidents Day, officially known as Washington's Birthday, is a federal holiday in the United States and is celebrated on the third Monday of February. This year Presidents Day falls on February 21.
Although it has become known as a great weekend for sales, especially on cars, there's a lot more to the holiday. Presidents Day is a good chance to learn more about American History, including the interesting facts from the lives of American Presidents, like this fact - former President Clinton did a cameo for "The Hangover 2".
On this President's Day, lets show how US presidents could have fun by appearing in any movies. Take any US president and think of the movies he'd be proud (or not so proud) to act in. What movies you wish they'd appear in?