• peaceetc

    Sir Mix-A-Lot would not be happy with this. Not at all.

    • http://twitter.com/bevtastic7 Beverly Jenkins

      Exactly. His anaconda don’t want none.

  • Chris

    If you enlarge the photo you can see blue pixels left from where the pants didn’t get erased completely.

  • stella

    What woman would buy pants taht made her look like that?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1215575498 Dave Thompson

    Actually – I have photographed models who have no rear end, shaped like that. Stick-figure girls who need to eat more!

    • Kookoo

      Really? A thigh that abruptly and inexplicably disappears into “no-butt”? I’d think a stick-figure model wouldn’t have had that thigh there.

      • http://www.facebook.com/k8fearsnoart Kate Johnson

        Really. It’s not THAT uncommon. Thin girls who are flabby without any tone.

        • Kookoo

          Gosh, I’m glad I’m not a photographer, I’d be scarred for life.

  • http://www.facebook.com/TwistyPuzzles Sandy Thompson

    But that was the best part!

  • Elizabeth

    Wow. How did *that* escape an art director’s notice? Not only is the Photoshop work laughable but the “anti-curve” message is unacceptable. It’s one thing if a model’s body is naturally stick-thin, but the need to (literally) erase what little body fat these girls possess is out of control.

  • http://www.facebook.com/k8fearsnoart Kate Johnson

    It’s bad, but there are quite a few slat-thin (tweakers, mostly) women who actually DO look like this in this are of Pennsylvania. (South Eastern, aka, the bottom right corner.)