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Your Pics into Museum Art with Museumr, Almost !

Are you looking for eternal fame for showcasing your amazing pictures in an Art museum? Well, this may be difficult in real life but in Techno Life this is possible in just few mouse clicks, courtesy Dumpr. It provides various effects like Museumr, Amazing Circles, Rubik’s Cube, Jigsaw Puzzles, Pencil Sketches and lot others.

A simple and quick online tool to transform your images into Museum Art. Render effect of people relishing your images in an art museum as shown above. You can render any of the 4 effects available.
Upload your image from computer, flickr or URL. Then click on the desired effect to for Museumr to take over. You can save the final image on computer or share on social site with single click access.


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Checkout Museumr, everyone wants to see beautiful Angelina Jolie in the museum as more people join her with few clicks and museumr. For more such wacky effect, also check PhotoFunia.

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August 7, 2008 - Posted by | Photography | , , ,


  1. Thanks for sharing this. I am going to try this now.

    Comment by Bingkee | September 8, 2008 | Reply

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