30 Classic Paintings From Various Art Periods Digitally Recreated With Modern Celebrities

Artists from the old site called Worth1000 (now Design Crowd) gathered in a photoshop battle of Modern Renaissance. The idea is to capture the moment and recreate famous paintings of Renaissance but with a modern twist. That is, to digitally manipulate these paintings to have faces of 21st-century celebrities in them. From Rembrandt’s self-portraits to Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, these Photoshop wizards tamper digitally with the best artworks in art history. And while some works are undoubtedly better than others, the result is very entertaining, nonetheless. More info: #2 Hugh Laurie This is a 1783 painting called Portrait of Alphonse Leroy painted by Jacques-Louis David. The main subject of this art piece is a doctor and man-midwife named Alphonse …

Photographer Uses Photoshop To Travel Back In Time And Snap Incredible Selfies With Celebrities

It would be simply amazing if we had a time machine and could travel back in time to meet our favorite celebrities who are no longer with us today. Of course, in this case scenario we would want to immortalize the moment, and what could be better than snapping a selfie with them? Unfortunately, modern science has not developed that much and time travel doesn’t exist yet (at least, as much as we are aware of), however, this fact didn’t stop 26-year-old Budapest-based photographer Flóra Borsi from creating her own set of selfies with some of the most famous faces from the 20th century. We must say that they look really realistic! Audrey Hepburn Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: …

30 Fake Viral Photos People Believed Were Real

#2 A Guy Creating An Amazing Fried Rice Wave One of the recent viral sensations was the ‘fried rice meme’ that showed a man making an incredible rice wave in his pan. The image quickly received a lot of attention online and people from all around the world starting photoshopping random things into the image. Unfortunately, the photo itself is already fake since the rice wave is a sculpture that is sold in a fake food shop in Tokyo. #4 The Mustache Wasn’t Enough, They Had To Add Those Angry Eyebrows The internet just loves animals, especially if they look weird or cute, or both at the same time. So there is no surprise that a photo of a cat …