Real-Life Angry Birds


What happens when an artist, who has a passion for the hit game Angry Birds, takes actual photos of birds and digitally paints over them? Well, if that artist is Mohamed Raoof, we get some of the best examples of real life Angry Birds anyone has ever seen! These photo manipulations are so good they’ll almost fool you into believing that Angry Birds actually exist in real life. (And..how cool would that be?)

Just how big is Angry Birds? According to Bloomberg: “Rovio Entertainment Oy, the Finnish creator of ‘Angry Birds’ mobile-phone games, may sell shares to the public as early as next year and is probably worth more than $1 billion, its chief marketing officer said.” $1 billion. Wow.






Mohamed Raoof on DevaintArt
via [Toxel]

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