To embellish the original photograph of an empty street, Kevin Weir, Photoshop wizard, pulled in a pair of pedestrians from another photo. "I saw a face in the building," he says. "The storefront is a gaping mouth, waiting for passersby to let their guard down. I had to add the pedestrians so the building would have something to destroy."
These are amazing. The last one, Neidenburg Church, is reminiscent of Monty Python. "When Photoshop wizard Kevin Weir spots a somber, 19th-century Russian man in the Library of Congress’ Flickr archive, he sees more than a black-and-white photograph: He imagines a pagan who sprouts an outraged, bestial head when nobody’s looking, then resumes his pose as a solid citizen."