London based artist Magnus Gjoen’s embellished objects are all created digitally, he does everything on his Mac. His graphic skills are largely self taught and stem from being a self-confessed “geek.” Gjoen keeps a digital scrapbook where he collects images including “everything from pictures of a urinal wall to a painting at the Pitti Palace.” Read more
Benjamin Grelle, who goes by the moniker ‘The Frogman’ on the internet, is the man behind Babies With Laser Eyes, a tumblr site that introduced him to many a viewer.
above: Benjamin Grelle, aka The Frogman, has a sense of humor, some photoshop skills and as he candidly admits on his site, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
A large lovable looking bear of a guy with a penchant for dogs, his latest collection of photoshopped goodness is Warp Dogs. A collection of images of dogs hanging their heads out of car windows – jowls flapping, ears flying – whose backgrounds have been replaced with galaxies viewed at Warp Speed.
Simple and silly, if these images don’t make you crack a smile, you’re a mean one, Mr. Grinch.
and an animated gif:
Check out more fun stuff from The Frogman here.
Street Stone is a series of digitally created images conceived of and shot by photographer Léo Caillard with photoshop manipulation by Alexis Persani. Read more
Ads of the World, a fast growing site which features advertising from… yes, that’s right, all over the world, makes monthly picks for what they consider the best advertising in film (tv), print, ambient, outdoor, online and direct mail. Read more
Canadian artist David Trautrimas has a series of digitally enhanced composite photographs entitled Habitat Machines. A little bit steampunk, a little bit post apocalyptic and a lot of drugs (just kidding), and you’ve got some very imaginative art. Read more