Saturday, May 2, 2009

Party

"Party at Hopper's Place" is another www.worth1000.com photoshop contest entry, done by user "gerace". In it, there are many characters from other famous paintings all seated at the diner. The diner name has been changed to "Hoppers".

Old

This one is was done by "Bennus" as part of a www.worth1000.com photoshop contest. There are some hobo-like people and a monkey here.

Rockers

This is another piece by E. Allen Warren showing a bunch of famous rock stars at the diner.



Warrens page can be found here.

Friday, May 1, 2009

Pop

This cover for Pop Montreal magazine, done in comic book style featuring an homage to the diner. It was done by artist Jack Dylan.

Modern

This one comes from artist Dietmar Henneka. It is a photomontage that brings the diner into the modern world, complete with a Mercedes parked outside. The diner is now "Edward's".



Henneka's home page can be found here.

Nazis

A photoshop featuring the diner in a WWII era setting with Nazis...

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Aqua

Yet another take on the underwater theme. This is called " It’s Not Time To Go Out" and is by artist Pascal Lecocq. This time some divers are at the diner, which has been renamed "Hopper", and a shark swims by outside.

Anime

This one is a pretty good photoshop that has some of the characters from the Anime cartoon "Azumanga Daioh".

Baghdad

Baghdad's Boulevard of Broken Dreams is by artist Matt Chisholm. It is "a humorous look at the last day of Saddam's regime. Saddam contemplates his fate as he downs some tequila shooters". An American tank has just smashed through a building in the background. The diner is now "Al Saddam's".

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Interrupted

This painting was done by flickr user coveredinrain88 and is called "Nighthawks Interrupted". A 1940's era car has accidently crashed through the front window of the diner.

Dress

This pohtoshop shows the lady in red before she enters the diner, adjusting her dress...

Hero

This is from the comic series HERO drawn by Kano Spanish. It shows one of the characters from the series looking at the painting.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Powers

This one was done for the cover of the comic "Powers: Roleplay", by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming, 2001, Image Comics.

This is the second Powers trade paperback collection. Powers stories revolve around two homicide detectives in a city where superheroes and supervillains battle it out on a daily basis. The heroes specialize in cases involving these superpeople.

Musicians

This was done by artist E. Allen Warren as a commissioned piece for a client who wanted a bunch of famous musicians at the diner.



More of Warren's work can be seen here.

Atlantic Monthly

This was the cover of the magazine "Atlantic Monthly" from an unknown month. Uncle Sam and the Statue of Liberty are at the counter in the diner.

Monday, April 27, 2009

Frog

This funny photoshop has a giant green frog crawling through the diner. I dont know where this one came from.

Religion

I dont know the back story to this one as I found it on a foreign language site. It was done by artist C├ędric Tanguy though. It has a very large assortment of random things going on in the background a very religious theme to the diner with stained glass windows and a cross. The Diner's name has been changed to "Deborah" too.

Fish

Another take on the aquarium idea, this time making the fish on the outside in their water filled world, looking at the people in the diner.

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Dinner's Done!

This one is called "Dinner's Done!" and was done as part of a www.worth1000.com photoshop contest by pdayjr. It shows the diner as being cloesd with all of the lights out.

The Tick

This one comes from the animated cartoon "The Tick". and has the Tick sitting at the counte rwith his back to us. This was found on flickr and uploaded by user "Hansarde".

Spacehawks

Another recreation of the diner in space. This one is by Reimund Bertrams. He says "People who will live in Earth's orbit will have the same interests that we have today – also after work. I want to show the little human side of space living, and the famous painting of Mr. Hopper seems perfect for my intention".



More of Reimund's work can be found here.