Ban Photoshop forever.
Ban Photoshop forever.
“For that poreless android look you’ll never achieve in real life.”
You know fashion photo editors do it. Well, ad creative directors do it more, and more abusively. 11 ads.
Check out 10 of the best images from the latest Photoshop Disasters James Bond Challenge!
At least, according to the December issue of Vogue Spain.
Body from one woman, arm from another, head from another?
Her face is virtually unrecognizable — but that’s nothing compared to the color of her seemingly-bleached skin. WTF?
I know it’s cruel to kick a horse when it’s down, but can we talk about how fake Demi’s latest photos look for just a moment? Somebody went to town with the airbrushing tool in Photoshop, it seems. (via dailymail.co.uk)
Can you spot the mistake in each picture? View List ›
When Rolling Stone unveiled their latest cover featuring the stars of Mad Men, it didn’t take long for Jezebel to spot at least six Photoshop failures. Plus, Jon Hamm looks like he’s having a difficult bowel movement, so that’s pretty great. View Image ›
Bessemer, Alabama, mayoral candidate Dorothy Davidson had a campaign poster printed up with this image to indicate that she had been endorsed by Crimson Tide Head Coach Nick Saban. Some people are claiming that it’s a fake, and that Photoshop shenanigans are at play here! Including Nick Saban. And his wife. View Image ›
Redbook thinks Faith Hill is a big pile of ugly. Can you spot all the different places they “fixed”? View Image ›
Man, people love going to Silvio Berlusconi’s rallies so much that they’ll show up twice! At … the same time? Or some other explanation, less flattering to Berlusconi. (Via PhotoShop Disasters). View Image ›
The FBI is still using a highly embarrassing “age-progressed” PhotoShop of bin Laden on its Most Wanted page. The fancy age-progression science touted by the FBI has turned out to be just grafting the hair of Spanish politician Gaspar Llamazares onto bin Laden’s head. Gaspar Llamazares, meanwhile, is pissed. View Image ›
Emma seems to have lost her leg (no thanks to Photoshop) while posing with her brother Alex for the Burberry SS2010 photo shoot by Mario Testino. Fret not, Hermione can use magic to get her leg back! View Image ›
Awesome ad found on a taxi cab in Sweden. They clearly really love soccer over there. View Image ›
There I fixed the ad. All it took was a tasteful, yet stylish mumu, and voila! [Let’s help BoingBoing heal their rift with Ralph Lauren by fixing the disastrously PhotoShopped bobblehead model ad that’s causing all the trouble. Fix up the original ad and add your results below.] View Image ›
Boing Boing and Ralph Lauren are in some sort of internet war over this photo, which BB posted because her (Photoshopped) body defies the laws of physics. Also the laws of taste (bootcut? It’s almost 2010, let’s act like it). View Image ›
This photo was taken of Kat Von D before her tattoo concealing product ad was airbrushed. Clearly, it doesn’t work, unless you’re going for that rashed skin look. Click here for the photoshopped ad. View Image ›
Let’s just say, she didn’t just lose “half her size.” Can you see what’s wrong with this magazine cover? View Image ›
Two Jewish newspapers photoshopped the female ministers out of Israel’s new cabinet photo. It’s considered a violation of modesty to publish pictures of women by ultra-orthodox Jews, so this is one way to deal with it. View Image ›
When you hire someone to make the banner for your Photoshop conference, it’s probably a good idea to make sure they can effectively use Photoshop. View Image ›
This month’s issue of Tatler features naked versions of the daughters of famous rockers, but somebody did a fantastically lousy PhotoShop job on the girls that apparently went unnoticed before publication. View Image ›