Daily Mail: iPhony

I don’t wanna play Peek-a-boo.  I wanna play Angry Birds!

Either somebody came up with an app that turns the iPhone into a holographic baby monitor, or somebody requires some remedial training in relative scale.  And while it’s quite possible that either a miniature infant or a jumbo smartphone was the intent of this graphic, the execution of the cut-and-paste job is the actual disaster here.  I believe the word is “sloppy.”

Thanks Lorzzzzz.  You can see the original on the DailyMail site.

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  • http://snowrollersden.blogspot.com Nicewriter

    The dumbness behind this concept even registers on the Richter Scale, as seen on the left underneath the iPhone.

  • Waldobaby

    Has it not already been determined that The Daily Mail doesn’t give a flying fubar about these sort of things?

    • BOBO

       If I wanted to look at “Daily Fail”, I’ll just browse their website. Unless it’s something mind-blowingly spectacular, why bother with posting their crap? It’s boring.

  • Andrew Bossom

    No, no, this is intentional. The sloppiness of the Photoshop work is intended to reflect the Daily Mail’s sloppy journalism.

  • https://me.yahoo.com/miguelbraxtonfarah#c0652 Miguel Farah

    Sloppy, indeed – they didn’t even bother to crop the picture so as not to cut the baby’s hand (or the phone’s corner, for that matter).

  • Dai

    Poor baby has badly cut-out head disease – please give generously to MASK 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_L5DQFVHHBFI4PF2NWAP3RBJAHA kleenex

    NO PSD….  This is super baby with the power to enlarge things…

  • Jshook

    But you have to love the baby’s layer shadow effect. You don’t? OK.

  • Cropper

    Blue squiggly blobs next to the phone? There’s an app for that!

    • Waldobaby

       Yes, but the hand-foot gesture will never catch on.

  • Bev

    Maybe the story was about massive mutant babies born under power lines?  No?  Then yeah, this is terrible. 

  • stella

    Baby Aladdin is jsut about to go for a ride on his new magic carpet (note – no shadow, so it is already hovering), which was woven to resemble an iPhone. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Lightstriker-Stormyhahaha/1046633734 Lightstriker Stormyhahaha

    Why do some poster think the baby is “massive” and “super” big? Don’t you know an iPhone is the size of a soda can?  The baby has been shrunken for extra cuteness. 

  • Jugstopper

    Just an extremely premature infant advertising the new FetusFone. Communicate with your family in utero!