A Cracked Polystyrene Man

In a surprising twist of fate (long-time readers/haters will know what I mean), Digital Kitchen have been ripped off.

I will show you a series of images (how Freudian of me), and they will alternate between original still-frames from Digital Kitchen’s Dexter title sequence, and a series by the Getty Images photographer A. Carmichael.

It is worth noting that the Dexter title sequence was completed in the middle of 2006, while A. Carmichael (according to a correspondence with Getty directly) had uploaded their series only a few months ago. It is also worth nothing that I was able to get the director of the Dexter title sequence to pinky swear that he indeed does not own a time machine and therefore could not have travelled to the future to glean the images you will find on Getty.

As always, this is my opinion of course (see the tagline of my blog!), but I will be very interested to see what you viewers think.

Enjoy!

DK vs. A. Carmichael

DK vs. A. Carmichael

DK vs. A. Carmichael

DK vs. A. Carmichael

DK vs. A. Carmichael

DK vs. A. Carmichael

DK vs. A. Carmichael

DK vs. A. Carmichael

DK vs. A. Carmichael

DK vs. A. Carmichael

DK vs. A. Carmichael

DK vs. A. Carmichael

DK vs. A. Carmichael

DK vs. A. Carmichael

3 Responses to
“A Cracked Polystyrene Man”

  1. Caleb October 20, 2009 at 11:54 am #

    ooopsie!

  2. Simon Robson October 21, 2009 at 1:34 am #

    No more questions your honour…

  3. Kim October 29, 2009 at 1:40 pm #

    The mirth.

    – When you are that obvious, you go to hell.

    (if anybody needs me, I will be in the purgatory,)

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