10 Patriotic Photomanipulations

June 10, 2013

Photo manipulations represent some of the coolest designs, especially when they’re motivated by a certain profound meaning. One of those themes is patriotism. Patriotism runs deep in the veins of most of the people I know, most descended from immigrant lineages that have long histories of fighting for American freedom. This isn’t to say they necessarily agree with America’s politics; but the belief in the American Spirit and the people who make up these United States is undying. Thus, no matter your political affiliation (or lack thereof), you can appreciate the expert craft demonstrated by the following 10 patriotic photomanipulations.

1.  Obama: America Found Its Way by armawolf

President Barack Obama in patriotic face paint: I don’t remember seeing that on CNN.

Obama America found its way by ~armawolf on deviantART - Google Chrome_2013-05-22_11-49-52-Optimized


2.  Captain Squirrel – The First Avenger by ShikharSrivastava

Grassroots efforts extend beyond the human race.

Captain Squirrel - The First Avenger by !ShikharSrivastava on deviantART - Googl_2013-05-22_11-50-55-Optimized


3.  Get Up by IrvingGFM

I love the attention to detail in this artwork. Notice the eagle’s reflection on the building’s glass panels.

Get Up by =IrvingGFM on deviantART - Google Chrome_2013-05-22_11-52-20-Optimized


4.  July by paranku-mingyuan

Lends new meaning to the term “seeing stars.” Seeing stars and stripes?

July by ~paranku-mingyuan on deviantART - Google Chrome_2013-05-22_11-53-10-Optimized


5.  USA Flag by cardcaptor-eternity

America continues to be a provocative destination.

USA flag by ~cardcaptor-eternity on deviantART - Google Chrome_2013-05-22_11-54-08-Optimized


6.  Freedom Is Not Free by sssowers

A powerful photo collage featuring American icons.

Freedom Is Not Free by sssowers on deviantART - Google Chrome_2013-05-22_11-54-59-Optimized


7.  Men Of Honor by ZGuernsey

This is one of my favorites, because it represents perseverance in the face adversity.

Men Of Honor by ~ZGuernsey on deviantART - Google Chrome_2013-05-22_11-55-42-Optimized


8.  Country’s Pride by Photshopmaniac

This American flag iris is borderline creepy, but it makes a powerful statement nonetheless.

Country's Pride by ~Photshopmaniac on deviantART - Google Chrome_2013-05-22_11-56-28-Optimized


9.  No Rose As Sweet As Freedom by Keira-Sama

If bio engineers could grow it, we could sell it!

No Rose As Sweet As Freedom by ~Keira-Sama on deviantART - Google Chrome_2013-05-22_11-57-16-Optimized


10.  Let Freedom Ring by WayvDesigns

Retro Americana… what could be cooler than that?

Let Freedom Ring by =WayvDesigns on deviantART - Google Chrome_2013-05-22_11-58-24-Optimized

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Brian Morris serves in various capacities as a freelance writer, content developer and public relations specialist for growing small businesses. When he’s not writing, he can be found on the racquetball court - usually getting his tail kicked by guys 20 years older.

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