This article is neither web design nor graphic design related, it is merely a compilation of the coolest and most fun generators that I could find.
If there are better generators I would love to know about them, post a comment and let me know.
Link : Tilt Shift Maker.
Description : The phrase “tilt-shift” describes a photographic technique that is used to create special effects when taking a photo.
Tilt-shift style miniature photos are simply photos of real life scenes that are made to look like miniature scale models. Excellent generator, must bookmark.
Link : Dummies Book Cover Generator/Maker 2009.
Description : Everyone has heard of the Dummies series of helpful book, now you can create your own. Good fun this.
Link : Atari 2600 Label Maker.
Description : This Atari 2600 Label Maker produces authentic looking Atari 2600 Labels including the famous “Picture Label” using your own image and title.
The “Picture Label” is the most common Atari 2600 label and features a large image on a black background. The game title is always in upper case but varies in color.
Description : This is pretty cool, create your own avatar with help from this flash generator. You can select pretty much any aspects of yourself and build a convincing cartoon character.
Link : Newspaper Headline Generator.
Description : Generate ayour own newspaper headline, type in the text and save the image.
Link : The Minifig Generator.
Description : THIS online toy allows one to explore combinations of LEGO minifig body parts, combining them into unusual characters. Clicking on the small images of heads, torsos, and legs from the menu of choices places them in a work area. (Randomizers can also be used at this stage.) Once a suitable set of selections has been made, the virtual figure can be named and “built.” This completed character appears in its own browser window, from which it is possible to output onto paper. i love my lego.
Link : Make Your Own Speech Bubble!.
Description : Write some text and click Submit to get your own personal speech bubble. This is a generator with attitude, I forgot to type anything into the text box and the speech bubble said to me: “TYPE SOMETHING IN THE BOX, GOOFBALL!!!!”.
Link : Bar-B-Q Sign Generator.
Description : Enter three lines of text, and the generator will place them on the image, as you can see on the left.
Link : Banner Generator.
Description : Two steps to this generator, enter a line of text and then select your template. There are over 30 templates to choose from.
Description : Generate your own Brazil football shirt! Input your name and you then get your name in Brazilian printed onto the Brazil Strip. We can only dream.
Link : Dynamic Einstein.
Description : You can change the text on the image to whatever you like. Change the text in the form, then click on “preview image”. The text in the image will change accordingly. You can align the text with spaces and enters. Cool.
Link : Chuck Norris Random Fact Generator.
Description : “It’s not the fall that kills you, It is Chuck Norris waiting for you at the bottom”. This is one of the many excellent facts that are generated.
Link : R2D2 Translator.
Description : Being a Star Wars fan I loved this. Type in any word and the translation appears, it is gibberish, but I loved it.
Link : Road Construction Sign Generator.
Description : Enter upto 4 lines of text and click generate, your text will appear on a construction sign.
Description : Immortalize someone you love by putting their face on their very own collectible trading card! Or make a whole deck and create a card game. The possibilities for embarrassment are virtually limitless.
Link : Make your own personalized keyboard!.
Description : I really like this generator, its simple, type in the title for your button and generate. You will then have an image of a keyboard with the title you chose.
Link : The Web 2.0 Bullshit Generator.
Description : Simple Steps : Click the button and watch the bullshit appear in the box.
Link : The AD Generator.
Description : The ad generator is a generative artwork that explores how advertising uses and manipulates language. Words and semantic structures from real corporate slogans are remixed and randomized to generate invented slogans. These slogans are then paired with related images from Flickr, thereby generating fake advertisements on the fly. Sounds complicated, fill out the form, very easy.
Description : There are a hell of a lot of stories and rumours floating about the web everyday, maybe it is time for you to start your own.
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