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Even the guy in the painting behind her is giving her some serious side-eye.
Not only is this bathing suit painted on (and not in a good way), but her arm seems to be cutting right through that picture frame/mantel/whatever.
*slow clap* Bravo.
Thanks for sending this in, Vanee! This image, along with many more monstrosities, can be found here.
This company makes sound amplifiers, so we can only assume that the music at this shindig is pumpin’.
Thanks, Jonatas. The original image appeared on the company’s Facebook page, though we’re still not sure why.
The marketing department responsible for this should take the time to reflect on their mistakes.
Oh gee, there are so many joke opportunities here, I don’t know where to start. In no particular order, Windows 8, Bing Maps, and making an obvious mistake while searching Las Vegas. Usually there are airline fees and hotel charges associated with mistakes involving Las Vegas, so at least this ad has that going for it.
Thanks Cesar. You can see the original on Twitter.
Anything is all-terrain with the right amount of photoshop.
Before trusting something that’s supposed to float with your child, you may want to make sure it actually floats. What’s the point of a floating car toy anyway? It seems like it might misinform children about what a car is capable of.
Thanks Chloe for the find! You can see the original on the Zulily site.
Considering their slogan is “Enjoy Life Naturally,” you’d think at least one part of this picture would be, y’know – natural.
The only part of this picture that looks semi-correct is that outlet – which is a nice touch in a chip advert, Deep River. Does that floor have a drop shadow? Curiosity abound with the table’s misty black aura and the middle picture’s trend-setting upward shadow, too. Getting that dog out of the picture is animal rescue at this point.
Thanks Alexander! You can find the original on the Deep River Facebook page.
Either Dockers is making a statement about reflecting on where our shoes come from, or someone flipped this image without thinking.
I may be jumping to conclusions by calling this a sloppy image edit. For all we know, Dockers is aiming a product line at people who have two right feet or a stylish stance similar to that of a duck.
Thanks Martin for the find. You can see the original Happy-Size.
Yes, we know that this is not a Photoshop Disaster, but it’s such a great example of a layout disaster that we just had to share it.
Found on BuzzFeed, via Imgur.