Matt Jordan created a photoshopped photograph of President Obama laughing at a seething David Beckham on television at the U.S. and England World Cup match.
Following the buzz (and endless reports) surrounding Jordan's original photograph, there has been another one created by The Daily What with Presient Obama now chuckling at some TV show dubbed 'Who's Nailin' Paylin.'
Which one do you think is funnier?
Implications - One of the best ways to create buzz and draw consumer attention is through humor that combats the mundane nature of human life -- just as these photographs poke fun at serious political meets. Humor is an excellent way to attract viewers who can relate to growing tiresome of repetitive images and motifs within society.
Matt Jordan Creates Hilarious Beckham/Obama Parody
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3. Photoshop Artistic Expression - The use of Photoshop to create artistic and humorous content is becoming more popular and can be used as a tool for creatives to showcase their skills.
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