Babywalz: Amputee Alien

“Perhaps a tiny cup of tea will take my mind off of how terrifying I look in this ad.”



It’s hard enough being a pregnant model without having them mess with you like this, amirite, ladies?  This image is a complete wreck, from the tip of her blurry head to that navel-less baby bump.  The shoulder stump and bizarre webbing between her right arm and torso are a nice touch, too.

Thanks, Meena!  This photo appears online here.

Washingtonian Mom: Jay Carney & The Floating Finger

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney and his wife, author Claire Shipman, know a thing or two about press conferences.  Rule #1:  Always try to divert attention from the cloned books and disembodied finger on your bookshelf.



Thank you to everyone who sent this in!  You can see a larger version of this disaster here.

Can’t see the psd?  Look on the right of the image, second shelf down from the top.

Photoshop Round-Up: Links We Love

Here’s a look at what has been happening in Photoshop and pop culture news this week.


  • Did Beyonce (or her staff) Photoshop this Instagramed golfing pic?  [Jezebel]
  • Our weird feet PSD got a nice mention over on [The Gloss]


  • 12 of the Freakiest Face Swaps You’ll Ever See. [BuzzFeed]
  • The WordPress run-around, plus other tales of client-based horror.  [Clients From Hell]


  • Welcome to the meme circuit, Pajama Kid!  [Web Humor]
  • 21 More Hilariously Dumb Yahoo! Answers Questions.  [Smosh]

Have a great weekend!  We’ll see you back here on Monday with more disasters. Be sure to join us on FacebookTwitter, and Google+ for daily fun and entertainment.

Spot The Disaster: Lakeside Shopping Centre

Alright, it has been a tough week, so we’re going to lob an easy one your way.  You’ve earned it.  Go ahead — who can spot the disaster(s) here?



This is an advertisement for the newly renovated food court of a shopping mall in Thurrock, UK.  As far as PsDs go, this one is like shooting fish in a barrel.  Have fun!

Thanks for sending this in, Dan.

Rolling Stone: John Hancock Fail

Oh, Rolling Stone, you silly goose.  Although we love Julia Louis-Dreyfus, putting that iconic John Hancock signature at the bottom of her ‘shopped U.S. Constitution tattoo was not your smartest move.  John Hancock didn’t sign that document, after all.  You’re thinking of the Declaration of Independence.  Oops.



To be honest, we weren’t planning to cover this image because the Photoshopping itself isn’t horrible… but then we woke up to find our inbox stuffed with emails about it.  The tribe has spoken!  Thank you to everyone who sent this in.

Ed. note: Looks like they got us with this one!  As our reader bobdvd pointed out, this fake tattoo was actually airbrushed on, not added in later with Photoshop.  Oh well!  We’re going to keep the post up anyway.  Why?  Because pageviews, that’s why.