Three of JunkShop's original filters dating to 1994 are demonstrated here, using the low-rez snapshot shown above as the base for all three.
PROUSTIFY: The "Proustify" filter turns any image into a page from Marcel Proust's monumental novel Remembrance of Things Past, while subordinating the color scheme to textual dynamics.
HOKUSAIZE: The "Hokusaize" filter turns any image into a harmonious abstract image based on the compositions of the master Japanese printmaker Hokusai.
E-Z NOSTALGIA: The popular "E-Z Nostalgia" filter makes any image look like an old, beaten-up, dog-eared snapshot. Features include carefully calculated loss of contrast and color information, as well as optional dust, scratches, creases, tape marks, and thumbtack holes.
Note: We are sorry to announce that since we introduced the "E-Z Nostalgia" filter idea back in 1994, it has been picked up by pretty much every pixel-pushing shop on planet Earth. Consequently we will no longer make it available through the museum.