It's said that a great piece of art reveals new facets of meaning each time you look at it. Since we're impatient and lazy, we asked you to open up some new facets for us. Specifically, we asked you to use photoshop to show us some things we might not have noticed the first time we looked at some of the world's most famous pictures.
As always, the winner is below. But first, the runners up:
by Danny G
And the winner is...
Congrats, robotlove. You win money.
Want in on this?
You'll have another chance. Your theme is:
Yep, we were inspired by this week's winner to do a whole contest of everyday objects designed in impossible ways that make your brain hurt a little. This one will take some thought and creativity, but we know you're up to it.
If you'd like to see the entries from this week that didn't make it, see them here. Or see what the world would look like If Everything In Life Came With Warning Labels. And for pictures too strange to make up, but not too strange to make fun of, check out The Daily Craption Contest.
Got an idea for a future Cracked photoshop contest? Let us know.
Netflix is better than Hollywood. But barely.
We know history books are often wrong. But have you ever wondered why?
These services still have a few glaring flaws that should really be addressed.