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This came in from Morpheus’ YouTube fanbase. Meow. As for letting your kitty crawl all over your laptop – file under These Are Professionals, Don’t Try This At Home Kids
Meowin’ and scratchin’ its way to the top, “Kitty Said What?” morphin’ cause celÃ¨bre continues to make waves on YouTube. Now it’s featured on the home page and has 1,648,403 views (not that we’re counting). The Stray Cats don’t have nuthin’ on Kitty, except Brian Setzer just might play a meaner guitar:>.
Some people have even made “Kitty Said What?” their music ringtone. You can download the Kitty Said What? ringtone at LilTone.com. Note: select “Other” from the dropdown menu to find this and other animania ringtones.
While perhaps not as flashy & ubiquitous as Morpheus Photo Morpher, Morpheus Photo Mixer has its own little cult of popularity too. Mixer can be used to blend elements of two photos into one composite photo. Morpher has hit YouTube, and Mixer has hit national TV. Witness the “If They Mated” show segment & website of Late Night with Conan O’Brien, where a series of Mixes are presented. Celebrities, of course, are a prime, easy and, let’s face it, worthwhile target for visual spoofing – Hollywood and other celebrity couples perhaps most of all. When you think about it, it’s kind of a new genre – VISUAL GOSSIP.
With this post, we begin a series of experimental animations on celebrities, trying to draw out some of the more dynamic elements made possible by Morpheus. If you have ideas for celebrity combos you’d like to see represented here, let us know by by leaving a comment below or contribute your own!
We found this presentation at usmagazine.com showing how cute little babies might morph into full-blown Hollywood stars by the year 2026. Check it out here.