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    I’ve been making a deep dive into my file archives for an upcoming talk and workshop I’ve got booked in November.

    I've been making a deep dive into my file archives for an upcoming talk and workshop I've got booked in November. I came across this old gem. Around the turn of the millennium there was a site called Worth1000 that would post photoshop contests. I think this one was called cliche wars, where the prompt was to mash up pop culture icons. This was one of the ways back in the day I would constantly work on my photoshop chops in my spare time. Please don't sue me Spielberg Lucas Disney and whoever was in charge of Alf. #designMashup #hornsbycreative #filmposterspoof

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    I came across this old gem. Around the turn of the millennium there was a site called Worth1000 that would post photoshop contests. I think this one was called cliche wars, where the prompt was to mash up pop culture icons. This was one of the ways back in the day I would constantly work on my photoshop chops in my spare time.
    Please don’t sue me Spielberg Lucas Disney and whoever was in charge of Alf.

    I’ve been making a deep dive into my file archives for an upcoming talk and workshop I’ve got booked in November. 
I came across this old gem. Around the turn of the millennium there was a site called Worth1000 that would post photoshop contests. I think this one was called cliche wars, where the prompt was to mash up pop culture icons. This was one of the ways back in the day I would constantly work on my photoshop chops in my spare time. 
Please don’t sue me Spielberg Lucas Disney and whoever was in charge of Alf

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    I’ve been making a deep dive into my file archives for an upcoming talk and workshop I’ve got booked in November.