This week I asked the Goons to Photoshop historical artifacts featured on the Library of Congress website. There was a hefty amount of material ranging from documents to photographs, so the Goons had quite a bit to sink their teeth into. In case you're too busy to visit the Library of Congress website, this is an example of an image featured there:
That's completely unedited and already it features a whore-like woman with a mutant sex dwarf. Sadly, not all the images were that fun from the beginning. But with a little work and some big ideas, the Goons brought new life to many great but boring vestiges of the past.
I think this image personifies a good amount of what America is about. "BombBomb" runs a tip-top household:
"Glitch" keeps things nice and innocent when dealing with kids:
"EvilJesus" likes pictures of ships and seamen:
As if this mutant lesbian manchild wasn't weird enough, "Pixelman" had to bring in a puppet:
"flamingmuse" has a disappearing act of his own, if you know what I mean! I don't know what I mean, so here's an image he made:
Natural and supernatural horrors mount on an expedition to an island music festival for the wealthy.
With college finals approaching, it's time once again for Microsoft Word autosummaries of all the old, boring books you were supposed to read.
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