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May 26, 2010

Introducing the Resurrection Photoshop Can Contest

res can!Since I can't do the other Rezzie Can contest, I've decided to do the next best thing: A Resurrection Can Photoshop Contest.

Yeah yeah, it's much lamer, I know, but I don't want to run afoul of our legal department.

This is the highest res (pun!) image of the Resurrection can I could get from Brewer's Art (thanks, Volker).

Take it, and use it in a funny illustration. Do not -- I repeat, do not -- do anything silly like jump in a shark tank with a can.

Sit at your computer and photoshop yourself in a shark tank with the can. That way, the worst injury you can get is carpal tunnel from using the mouse too much. And don't sue us for that.

The best illustration wins a wild, wet and wacky prize!!!

The deadline is still May 31. Again, my email is


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Posted by Sam Sessa at 11:15 AM | | Comments (4)
Categories: Bars & Clubs



Uh oh Sam, now you have to ban yourself from your own site.

I'd love to see a list of stores that are currently carrying the rezzie in cans. All I heard is the Wine Source so far.

I like #6 because it's pretty and professional looking.

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