When you think of the holy creator, chances are if you've been brought up Christian you imagine a guy with a flowing white beard and white robe spending some time amid the clouds, perhaps reaching out to give life to the first human with the stretch of his arm. "The Creation of Adam" is Michalangelo's masterpiece, but a lot has changed since the 16th Century. We now have basketball games, bright lights, working toilets, and all the mod cons. So what would God think of all this?
On Shockblast's website, it states "God is doing badass things. Where is he now?" Well, you'll have to take a look in the slideshow below to see, won't you?
For those daring, blasphemous souls with Photoshop skills, you can submit your own divine creations here.
What do you think, readers? Is this a funny project or has it gone too far? Let us know in the comments section.
CORRECTION: In an earlier version of this article, we mistakenly stated that "The Creation of Adam" was painted in the 14th, not the 16th, century.
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