Have a closer look and you’ll see that Stephen McMennamy’s photos are not your usual Photoshop manipulations. Previously featured on Bored Panda, the art director comes up with all sorts of weird objects and scenarios by seamlessly combining two different photos into one. And he’s back with more awesome work!
“Its really just from looking around and seeing what things are out in the world might make for an interesting fit or what would make for a nice contrast once combined,” McMennamy told PetaPixel. “As far as process, its just a matter of me hunting things down and aiming for the cleanest shot possible.”
Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/funny-photo-mashups-stephen-mcmennamy/
Dog alarm clocks give cat alarm clocks a run for their money in the newest compilation from HuffPost. You be the judge who’s actually the best, cats or dogs:
Related: Cat Alarm Clocks Compilation (Video)
A wonderfully edited mashup by Lindsay McCutcheon of almost every Disney animated movie since 1989, set to the song “Pop Culture” by Madeon. Check out the list of featured films below:
The Little Mermaid
Beauty and the Beast
The Lion King
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
The Emperor’s New Groove
Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Lilo & Stitch
Home on the Range
Winnie the Pooh
Big Hero 6
Read more: http://twistedsifter.com/videos/25-years-of-disney-madeon-mashup/
Tony Futura is a German artist and designer currently based in Berlin. Futura has amassed nearly 80,000 followers on Instagram where he has become known for his creative twists, tweaks and mashups to popular and recognizable images.
Below you will find some of the Sifter’s favs but be sure to check out his official Instagram account for 100+ more!
Read more: http://twistedsifter.com/2016/03/popular-images-with-a-twist-by-tony-futura/
In this modern interpretation of the classic ‘Cafe Wall Illusion‘ our mind tricks us into thinking the horizontal blue lines are curved and bending. The illusion was made by professional magician and illusion artist Victoria Skye.
According to Skye, the key to the illusion are the black and white diamond ‘targets’ at each intersection. When looking at the lines vertically, one can see that the squares that make up the diamond alternate their position. These alternating targets create the effect. [source]
“In my version of the famous CafÃ© Wall illusion, I have mixed together both the original CafÃ© Wall illusion that was made famous by Richard Gregory – and which showcases the brickwork laid on the wall of a cafÃ© in Bristol, England – with the work of Akiyoshi Kitaoka, who has developed a number of different versions using the same underlying effect” [source]
When you blur the image the effect disappears because you can no longer resolve the tiny white-black interactions. It was first described under the name Kindergarten illusion in 1898, and re-discovered in 1973 by Richard Gregory.
According to Gregory, this effect was observed by a member of his laboratory, Steve Simpson, in the tiles of the wall of a cafÃ© at the bottom of St Michael’s Hill, Bristol. It is a variant of the shifted-chessboard illusion originated by Hugo MÃ¼nsterberg. [source]
[via Martin S Taylor on Twitter]
Professor Richard Gregory visits the Cafe Wall in February 2010. Photo by Steve Battle
Read more: http://twistedsifter.com/2017/08/victoria-skye-cafe-wall-illusion-interpretation/
When it comes to dynamic duos, Batman and Robin are obviously a classic, but Walt and Jesse are definitely up there. With the upcoming release of The Dark Night Rises and the new season of Breaking Bad, it might be hard to decide where to place your affections. If the choice is proving too difficult, we’ve got a solution for you: Breaking Batman, the only Breaking Bad plus Batman mashup you will ever need.
This article originally published at Geekosystem
Read more: http://mashable.com/2012/07/12/breaking-bad-batman-mashup-video/
First, Jimmy Fallon showed a mashup video of Brian Williams rapping Snoop Dogg‘s verse from Dr. Dre’s ‘Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang’. Last night, he made the NBC Nightly News anchor rap Warren G’s ‘Regulate’. Watch both videos below:
via Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Someone meticulously synced Spongebob footage to Black Sabbath’s Warpigs and it’s awesome.
Read more: http://twistedsifter.com/videos/spongebob-sings-black-sabbath/
Jimmy Fallon continues his Brian Williams rapping series.This time the NBC News anchor raps Young MC’s ‘Bust A Move‘.