When in Taiwan to promote his latest film ‘Baby Steps’, Hollywood star Michael Hamilton stumbles into the craziest production on the island: famous director Ong Li’s new film ‘Taiwan Titanic’.
Instead of using a fancy-pants camera to capture celebrities at Sundance, photographer Victoria Will used a very old technique of photography known as tintype.
Celebrities probably get told all the time that they have ageless beauty, so one Tumblr blogger put this to the test to see what it’d be like if their faces were transplanted on classic artworks from the painting masters.
If you think celebrities are just too skinny these days, you’re in for a treat; Spanish artist David Lopera is giving all his favourite celebs a full-figure makeover.
For a minute, let’s all sit back, relax, and wonder what the world would be like if Justin Bieber was arrested and thrown in jail. Imagine the serenity. Imagine no more cheesy pop songs. It’d be a heavenly time for all of us. One Indonesian artist, Agan Harahap, used his Photoshopping skills to imagine just […]
George Chamoun’s Iconatomy photo series reveals what we’ve all thought for a while: all actors look the kinda same. This Lebanese artist is now based in Sweden and craftily merged stars from old Hollywood with today’s current celebrities to give us a very odd but very familiar set of faces, such as Natalie Portman merged […]
By Ben Lee in Cool Websites on Sunday 9 September 2012
Michael Jason Enriquez, the photoshop wiz behind Cholafied, takes actual mugshots of current celebs and combines them with vintage mugshots of whores, gangsters, fraudsters, and crooks from 1920’s Australia.