By nick braccia, December 18th, 2008

Ah, Photoshop contests. They’ve been goin’ on for years. What’s more fun than remixed movie posters?

This Worth1000 thread was inspired by the impulse come up with better, anagram alternatives for the latest, poorly named Bond flick. This kind of remixing is old hat, but there’s something incredibly satisfying in jumbling up one image and its requisite verbiage, whether for poignancy or just the bliss of plunder, and telling a totally different tale. The crew does justice to Bond, but this Pirates one is my favorite. (Bob the Priest in a Carafe).


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nick braccia is a Creative Director at G2 in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Earlier in his career, he spent 7 years developing concepts for Masterfoods and P&G clients as part of G2 in New York City. Since 2001, he's explored his passion for immersive narrative experiences and contributed to the ARGs "Catching the Wish" and "Unnatural Selection" under the direction of author and guru, Dave Szulborski. Recently, Nick directed "No Known Survivors" to support EA's horror survival title Dead Space and "Vroengard Academy", promoting the Random House title, Brisingr. These projects were conceived and completed while working for Ian Schafer's integrated interactive agency, Deep Focus in New York and Los Angeles.


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