Category Archives: Mashup/Remix

No Comments on My Fair Abbey

As my final project character’s story is evolving, I needed to advance her progress to the next level where she becomes part of a television show loosely based on some of her life experiences.  So, that meant I needed to invent the television show and now you’re all caught up.

I mashed up a movie poster of a “Downton Abbey” spoof I made along with an excerpt from an old movie poster of “My Fair Lady“...

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1 Comment on Transformation: Kurt Russell

He’s come a long way, from little boy to man, starting out as Mr. Walt Disney’s newly discovered child actor to present-day partner of Goldie Hawn.  He was in a ton of Disney movies when I was growing up, and I loved him as an adult in “Tango and Cash” with Sylvester Stallone.  If you look closely, you’ll spot him kicking Elvis in the shin, as a jungle boy on Gilligan’s Island, and on a planet somewhere on Lost in Space...

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2 Comments on Breaking Bad on The Wire


This assignment was to combine two movie posters of movies that have been compared to each other.  Since we’re focusing on HBO’s “The Wire” this semester, I chose to combine it with another show it has often been compared to – “Breaking Bad”.  Here we have our two fellas watching “The Wire” on television while plotting their next move. It’s Breaking Bad on The Wire!

This was accomplished in Photoshop using a generic TV image from the internet with a logo from ...

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3 Comments on Green Eggs & Spam


This assignment  was to take the original assignment “Computer Books for Kids” and remix it as a mood swap.  It’s from the original Dr. Seuss story “Green Eggs and Ham” which is a journey of learning that prejudices and closed minds limit your ability to learn and experience new things. In the end, we learn that green eggs and ham are pretty good, even though they are outside the realm of one’s familiarity.  Trying new things turned out to be a good option.


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4 Comments on Dungeons & Dreidls

This was a fun daily create, making a mash-up of two unrelated gaming items to create a new game. The first two game pieces I laid my hands on were an old dreidl someone gave me years ago when I went to school in Westchester, NY, and a Dungeon & Dragons character that was also gifted to me years ago.

Mashed together, it’s a new game of fun and danger, braving the unknown and adventuring together spinning the dreidl to decide the outcome of our questing encounters...

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