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GISH Hall of Fame 2020 April Mini Hunt

Welcome to the world’s weirdest, wildest, most beautiful and strange images and videos from the
Greatest International Scavenger Hunt!

The submissions below were selected by HARSHers, Misha and the Judges to be the best of the best of GISH 2020 April Mini Hunt. Enjoy exploring the weirdness! Browse through them, or click on an item number to see the top submissions.

Item 36: Display a roll of toilet paper like the treasure it is. - Dana D.

Team KAZ2Y5

Item 35: Some people believe big corporations are big bad monsters that gobble up little businesses, destroy our environment, and have way too much control over our buying habits. Others believe that their economic angels and that they help lower prices for consumers, provide more job opportunities, and stimulate economic prosperity. Clearly the individual that should resolve this dichotomy is... a child. With your child (or a child) as your lead designer, make a mythical creature out of all those boxes you have in your garage from big box stores and corporations that is either monster-like or fairy and angelic like - your child's choice! - Inspired by Casey Elaine L.

Team Mothballs

Item 6: You and your hot date are dressed to the nines. The lighting and setting are incredibly romantic. Now's the time for you to move in for that first passionate kiss. One challenge: you're videoconferencing with your date and you're each in a different video frame. Let's see you pull off your physically distanced first kiss.

Team RoundWolf100

Comment: After a beautiful candle-lit dinner in a romantic restaurant of each of their apartments, Shirley Lu and Rocio Salas share a kiss on their first romantic Zoom date!

Item 37: While you're working from home, your conference calls show a professional background of books, flowers, artwork. But we all know deep down that that's a facade: we all are just struggling to hold it together and sometimes, things like cleanliness and orderliness fall by the wayside so that may not be an entirely accurate depiction of what the rest of your abode looks like. What happens when the camera is rotated off your video conference call 180 degrees? Show us - shot dramatically as a tense suspension short film. - Marty

Team OkieZona

Item 16: Each morning and evening there are thousands of essential workers driving down streets like yours going to and from jobs that keep us fed and healthy. Let's give them a show of support: thank essential workers with a message of art and appreciation towards them on your windows. Post your image to social media tagged #ThankYouEssentialWorkers and #GISH.

Team TheQuaranteens

Comment: Not sure why this is sideways. My windows are covered in bushes, so I hung this on my palm tree which is close to the street workers drive down. Made from food coloring, old boxes, A little paint, and duck tape. Had fun. May decorate it with lights for night time appreciation. Ty Stacey Elmeer