Ceci and Mel – an archive of obsession…


We spend far too much time photoshopping very badly, usually (but not always – we are a teeny tiny bit cosmopolitan) English cricketers, mostly Graeme Swann and David Bumble Lloyd, both of whom make us laugh immoderately. We expect the restraining orders are in the post.

The shops are (sort of) sorted – just click on the category you want on the right hand side:

  • Ashes 2009 – Hurrah!  England! Rah! Rah! Rah!
  • Ashes 2010 – Whacked them again  Yoicks!
  • Bathtime Roulette challenge – good clean fun
  • Birthday – e-cards created for friends whether they wanted them or not
  • Bloggers moll – love reading cricket blogs
  • Bumble – David Lloyd and the campaign to have him elected PM
  • ColVILE – the VILEST man on the planet  is demeaned
  • Commentators – mainly Sky or TMS, are wrestled into drag and fancy dress
  • County cricket – an ocean of photo-shopping goodness
  • Cricket Films and TV – cricket and film collide together horribly
  • ECB – we put the boot in
  • England 2010 – making their way to the top (we may  not be referring to 50 over cricket here)
  • Fit for nothing – erm – miscellaneous
  • Football – from the Football/Film crossover group at Facebook
  • Musical chairs – cricketers and groups mashed
  • No oil painting – shameless rip offs of dead artists
  • ODIs – an English tragedy
  • Old tours – ahem – old photoshops really
  • Photostories –   best viewed through a veil of alcohol
  • South African tour 2009 – WARNING – may contain naked Kallis
  • Swann — heroically chinned England spinner in unnatural poses
  • Tweet tweet – cricketers (and cricket writers and snappers) tweet A LOT
  • World Cup and ODIs – ragbag of stuff

You can also click on the tags.  We haven’t quite got a grip on these so anything could happen.

We’ll probably add other categories but forget to add them on here.

Please feel free to comment – just remember we are sensitive flowers who can be cut down with an unkind word….

  1. Mel
    27/09/2009 at 10:32 pm | #1

    The world has been waiting for this moment. I will tell my grandchildren that I was there at the beginning……

  2. sarahcanterbury
    27/09/2009 at 11:51 pm | #2

    Photoshopping badly??? What tosh!
    Fab as ever, Ceci. Shall bookmark this immediately!

  3. SixSixEight
    30/09/2009 at 1:21 pm | #3

    Comment #1
    I haven’t had any post in ages – It’s that bloody strike you know…..

  4. Jon
    03/10/2009 at 4:26 pm | #4

    I must say the inclusion of Sarah Canterbury’s excellent comment improves this blog enormously – to almost Lee standards.

    Oh yes, two can play this game Ceci!

    But seriously, good to see you showcasing your talent. The Cardiff Great Escape is my favourite if you are counting votes.

  5. chrissy aram
    03/10/2009 at 4:56 pm | #5

    Great, more time to spend looking at fab photoshops!

  6. crsafa
    04/10/2009 at 5:44 am | #6

    Nice from Gigi…

  7. SixSixEight
    07/10/2009 at 1:54 am | #7

    Just caught up with the oil painting ones – lovely

  8. 10/10/2009 at 3:05 pm | #8

    Many thanks to Ceci for inviting me on board – she may regret this……

  9. SixSixEight
    10/10/2009 at 7:25 pm | #9

    Ah Ceci and Mel reunited – Fantastic – bring out the Champers! Well actually I have just noticed Steven has gone for the ‘couple of bottles of Gordons offer’ – that’ll do in the meantime!

  10. 11/04/2010 at 6:07 am | #10

    Hey Ceci and Mel,

    I wanted to add to Sarah’s comment and send a few props your way. You’ve been included in our 40 most exciting cricket blogs on the web right now.

    http://worldcricketwatch.com/feature/exciting-cricket-blogs-on-the-web/

  11. 27/04/2010 at 8:58 am | #11

    I disagree.
    With the admission ‘photoshopping very badly’. I think these are brilliant.

    What about Lalit Modi on a wooden cross (a la Eric Idle) looking for the brighter side of life? Just a thought.

  12. Sumit
    19/10/2011 at 4:04 pm | #12

    can i have you mail id please?

  13. jstaib1
    07/06/2012 at 9:53 am | #13

    Hi Ceci and Mel, this blog has us at Kingfisher beer in histericks! Wonderful stuff, and the sort of output we would love to be associated with. Could you email me at jamie.staib@kingfisherbeer.ac.uk? We would love to be in touch.

    • cecimasters
      07/06/2012 at 8:43 pm | #14

      Jaime – you’ve given 2 email addresses – which one do you want a response to? .co.uk or ac.uk?

  14. 31/08/2012 at 10:41 am | #15

    this is a very humorous blog! well done.
    forgive me for writing to you in comments, but I don’t have an email for you.

    I have just published a cricket novel, an ebook, and I wonder if you would like to review it? What’s new about it is that it’s about a man who doesn’t like cricket who falls in love with a woman cricketer, and she tells him to resurrect a defunct cricket team. He is coached in this by a Sikh cricketer.

    I can gift it to you , complete with synopsis and material for an author interview if you like.

    please let me know

    thanks

    Stuart Larner


    read my new cricket novel:
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Guile-and-Spin-ebook/dp/B008FBZPHE/

    • cecimasters
      06/09/2012 at 3:04 pm | #16

      Stuart – I don’t at the moment have a Kindle – is your book in paper format?

  15. 04/07/2013 at 10:41 am | #17

    Hi Ceci – can we share few photoshopped pics too…the cricketing ones ?

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