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the puppet art gallery

The Puppet Art Gallery

Let's celebrate our felt friends by mashing up puppets with classic works of art. See the entries »



Boiled! Baked! Chips! Crisps! Let's celebrate the versatility of the humble potato by photoshopping spuds. See the entries »

christmas tv

Christmas TV

Most sitcoms get a Christmas special, but what about the shows that never do? Show us what a festive edition of Crimewatch, or a yuletide X(mas)-Files might look like. See the entries »



The Prince of Darkness, Beelzebub, Mephistopheles, the Antichrist, the Executive Chairman of News Corp... call him what you want. This week we're photoshopping Satan. See the entries »

christmas decorations

Christmas Decorations

Christmas decorations go up this weekend, so let's deck everything with tinsel and baubles, gimp an advent crown, or design some completely new decorations to make things festive. See the entries »

happy birthday dr who

Happy Birthday Dr Who

This week marks Dr Who's 60th anniversary. To celebrate, let's make some pictures celebrating all things Who. See the entries »



Let's welcome back David Cameron to frontline politics with a one word challenge he'll love: PIGS! See the entries »

fictional health and safety

Fictional Health and Safety

Let's design some signs and public information posters in order to prevent problems that have only ever happened in fiction ever happening for real. See the entries »

garbage pail pop stars

Garbage Pail Pop Stars

It's Halloween, so let's use the Garbage Pail Kids format to come up with scary or gross-out puns on pop star's names and illustrate the terrifying results. Dead Sheeran, Rick Ghastly, that sort of thing... See the entries »

medieval advertising

Medieval Advertising

Let's jump in the b3ta time machine and design some ads to flog shit to the people of the middle ages. See the entries »

microsoft windows: a celebration

Microsoft Windows: A Celebration

Let's fire up MS Paint and create pictures about the uncool world of Microsoft Windows. See the entries »



Rishi Sunak wants to take our beautiful bin collection away. We say MORE BINS. So, it's a one-word-challenge this week: BINS! See the entries »

the horrors of parliament

The Horrors of Parliament

Could iconic horror characters do any worse at running our country than the current shitshow? Let's see what would happen if Pinhead is put in charge of the budget, or Frankenstein was made Prime Minister. Let's mash up horror and politics. See the entries »



It's a one word challenge this week. They're good for your heart and the more you eat the more you fart... let's photoshop BEANS. See the entries »

shrink it

Shrink It

Let's fire up the b3ta shrink ray and show what happens when things get small. See the entries »

sci-fi : cross the streams

Sci-Fi : Cross The Streams

Star Wars and Star Trek fandoms don't like it when people get the two worlds muddled up. Let's add to that confusion and annoyance by mashing up sci-fi franchises. Pop Davros in Blade Runner, a lightsaber in 2001, a Sandworm in Kirk's ear, or whatever else you fancy photoshopping... See the entries »

toy movies

Toy Movies

The Barbie movie is everywhere, and we'll inevitably end up with loads of toy-themed movies in 2024. Let's predict what rubbish toy films we've got to look forward to, or just add some toys to classic film scenes. See the entries »

mundane video games

Mundane Video Games

Video games are usually far too action packed to ever reflect our humdrum lives. Let's correct that by designing some tedious games about things like doing the washing up or putting the bins out. See the entries »

pop merchandise

Pop Merchandise

Pulp have just launched a range of teabags, we've got Trooper beer from Iron Maiden and Morrissey once sold branded condoms. But what other merchandising opportunities are pop stars missing? See the entries »

business movies

Business Movies

We've recently had movies about the deals behind Air Jordan shoes, Tetris and the BlackBerry phone. But what about Alan Sugar's hard work on the Amstrad Em@iler or Noel's fight for Blobbyland? Let's make some movies about the serious world of business. See the entries »