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2009-03-05 08:43:48
got a higher res version? I printed this on 11x17" paper, but it's too grainy to discern many of the faces and/or props. But it is way cool; I want to take it on an auto trip with my kids....
2008-10-19 08:17:57
Me!
2008-08-14 13:35:44
Very clever Grasshopper! I must find this "Paintshop" of which you speak. Maybe I'll just try to paste it into Paint Shop Pro.
2008-08-13 01:21:36
i suppose we all have time to copy and paste it to Paintshop and rotate it. oh wait, no we don't, your picture fails.
2008-08-12 06:59:27
Yeah, well . . . ok, but I have to turn my monitor on its side to examine the faces!
2008-06-24 20:40:55
Nehru, Jinghis Khan, Gates, Hussain, Freud and me
2008-06-24 00:58:21
Okay, I'll bite, who is the person that is the scientific fraud?
2008-06-24 00:57:00
Top Right in which direction? Vertical, or if it's rotated back to the landscape position?
2008-06-24 00:53:38
:)
2008-06-23 23:45:47
If there was a guy on a soapbox with a megaphone, it would be popolov...
2008-06-23 17:44:37
Top right: Dante Alighieri.
2008-06-23 17:22:50
A very good contemporary work in the old style. The first question is: what is the title, second: who is the painter, and third: what size is the origial? Why the artist placed the greatest scientific fraud of the 20th century in the centre, is beyond understanding. But good that he elevated Arafat more prominently than the Israeli murderer of Palestinians.
2008-06-12 12:45:26
moses, pele, hepburn, chaplin, clinton, alexander the great, cortez, putin, roosevelt, queen victoria, marcos, elvis, bruce lee, mozzart
2008-06-12 09:27:33
Arrrgghhhh. I couldn't remember his name. That's one more down, I'd love to know some of the others.
2008-06-12 09:26:21
No. My error at first glance I thought the guy on the chair with outstretched arms was Jesus and meant to delete it before posting the comment, but forgot. I'm also unsure now if the long line of people walking to the horizon is meant to represent Exodus since they appear to be walking towards Egypt (paramids) and not away.
2008-06-12 09:07:12
Kofi Annan
2008-06-07 03:43:24
The only place where an image of Jesus isn't.
2008-06-06 02:48:13
Where is Jesus? I've looked but cannot find Him. (Sounds like a title to a sermon).
2008-06-06 02:08:52
...alphabetical order would have helped!
2008-06-06 01:15:15
Here's who I've come up with so far: Tyson, Thatcher, Teresa, Temple, Stone Henge, Stalin, Spanish Armada, Shakespeare, Saddam, Putin, Presley, Picasso, Pele, Pavarotti, Napoleon, Mozart, Monroe, Ming, Marx, Mao, Lincoln, Lenin, Lee, Jordan, Jesus, Hun, Hitler, Hippocrates , Hepburn, Guevara, Gorbachev, Gandhi, Exodus, Elizabeth II, Einstein, Easter Island, Dali, Da Vinci, Clinton, Churchill, Charles III/George VII, Chaplin, Castro, Bush, Brando, Bin Laden, Beethoven, Aristotle, Arafat.
2008-06-06 01:14:36
Sorry for tipping the image on it's side but it was the only way to make it big enough to make out the faces.