Celebrity Cavemen. 20 Famous Folks As Neanderthals.



above: Caveman Willem Dafoe

While most sports fans will be busy watching large men grunt as they play the NFL Championship game tomorrow, I thought I'd introduce you to a different sort of Troglodyte today: the celebrity caveman.

The following images are entries by various computer artists from six different Worth1000 Effects contests in which they were asked to combine Celebrities with Neanderthals using Photoshop and/or other effects software.

Gene Hackman:

George Clooney:

Morgan Freeman:

Tommy Lee Jones:

Hugh Laurie:

Snoop Lion:

Kate Winslet:

Nick Nolte:

Al Pacino:

Sean Connery:

Robert deNiro:

Daniel Craig:

Harrison Ford:

Shakira:

Will Smith:

Jake Gyllenhall:

Tobey Maguire:

Sean Penn:

Danny Trejo:


I chose the above twenty images from six different Celebrity Neanderthal Contests from the past three years on Worth1000, the most recent of which ended about 3 weeks ago. My selection was based on the executions or humor quotient. Several entries were poorly executed, some looked like trolls and still others like zombies. I chose what I personally felt were the 20 most entertaining. Please note: these images have been cropped for better visibility and therefore are missing the Worth1000 watermark.

To see all of the original entries in the contests, visit the following links (there does not seem to be a 4th contest despite the numbered names):
Celebrity Neaderthals 1
Celebrity Neaderthals 2
Celebrity Neaderthals 3
Celebrity Neanderthals 5
Celebrity Neaderthals 6
Celebrity Neaderthals 7

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