Here are some of the best and worst(?) celebrity photoshop disasters.
Don’t the producers of 90210 know that by “flubbing” at Photoshop they’re putting at risk the hard-won sense of realism that makes their inner-city drama so compelling?
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New Bond chick Olga Kurylenko turns up in Russian Vogue.
* “You’ve got to hand it to her!”
* “She’s mostly armless”
* “She really went out on a limb!”
* “Forearm eyes only!”
* “Is it warm enough for short sleeves?”
Entertainment Weakly (October 31 issue) has an unintentionally spoooooooky extra floating plate in the Roseanne pictorial.
Contemplating Mischa Barton’s Navel
Please make sure these are ready before Beyonce arrives.
1. 3 bottles Evian water, chilled
2. Fresh cut flowers
3. Surgical team with limb reattachment experience
I usually feel that comedy movies get something of a free pass when it comes to Photoshop. The standard I’d expect from Vogue doesn’t really apply to them.
However, I don’t think I’m being unreasonable when I say that there has to be a certain point where you have to say “This is abysmal. The hopeless inadequacy of your work is insulting to even the stupidest people. Please stop now.”
France’s President Sarkozy, shown here meeting with Emperor Palpatine, is pursued by Toulouse Lautrec
Hire Eva Longoria! Check
Do super shoot! Check
Decide that hair needs to be bigger! Check
So she escapes from Beijing and you think she’s all safe and stuff and the music is all sweet and you’re waiting for the credits to roll but then there’s like another scene and so you think OK fair enough just padding the ending out and stuff but then the music does this kind of off-key thing and argh argh there in the cornfield underneath you goddamn it argh I hate this movie. Argh.
I have no idea what they deleted from her chin or why there seems to be smoke coming from her boyfriend’s crotch. Kids today, eh?
Polish teenybopper mag Bravo discovers Miley Cyrus’ terrible secret.
The sweet thing about this one is the way they diligently add frogs here and there, do a nice cutout, and yet somehow don’t notice that her leg is detached.
Michael Phelps; half human, half aircraft carrier. The goggles, they do nothing!
So there’s this show on AMC called Mad Men. It’s great. I haven’t seen it, but I understand that it’s about this ad agency in the 1960s that is entirely staffed by people with growth disorders. All of the stories are about how people of radically different heights – pygmies, amazons, dwarves, giants – can somehow work together. It’s fantastic (probably)!
Let’s streamline the comments a little by explaining that people don’t usually have fingers growing out of their shoulders, no you can’t do that right now, there’s no such thing as a “stray layer” and sure, this blog is going downhill, but that just means we’re saving gas.
Oh dear, it seems Elle has been getting Carey-ed away with their Photoshopping. Dlisted and JustJared weigh in, along with Gawker. Where do you think her right other right arm joins her body? Freaky.