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City Hall Farked!

As far as websites that exist solely for the purpose of killing time go, Fark.com is one of the internet's reigning champions. One of the site's finer features is the Photoshop Contest, where someone submits an image for others to remix with their favourite photo editing software. The results are sometimes disturbing, sometimes beautiful, and almost always hilarious.

Perhaps someone picked up on the increased exposure Toronto photographer Sam Javanrouh has been enjoying, because one of his Toronto City Hall images was submitted as the subject of a recent "Photochop" contest.

If you want to see one of Toronto's most famous landmarks filtered through the imaginations of people with lots of time to kill, look no further than these bewildering postmodern pastiches.

Congratulations, Sam, you have another award to add to your ever-growing list: you've been Farked!

(Disaster image by Fark submitter supdog). More after the jump!

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(Popcorn image by Fark submitter TheThirdEye)

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(Tanning bed mage by Fark submitter wickedfish)

UPDATE:
The fun continues on Tribe Magazine's forum!

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(Zanta rampage image by Tribe member enjiro)

And a couple from Jerrold of blogTO:

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("Abbreviated OCAP Demonstration")

("The Federal Budget")

Original source photo by Sam Javanrouh.


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