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Hopefully this isn’t the type of children’s book that helps toddlers count past three.
Children aren’t the most discerning audiences, but when you’re trying to teach them what an animal looks like, you may want to get the number of limbs right. Otherwise, they’ll think some mammals have an odd-number of legs, which leads to an awkward explanation when they one day see a well-endowed horse.
The fashion world won’t be satisfied until it takes its pound of flesh from everyone in the industry.
The lengths women will go to in order to fit into jeans is truly terrifying. Shock diets and shaved flesh are one thing – but when you start to ruin butts, we have a problem.
Thanks Casey. You can see the original on the Forever 21 site.
You can’t have a Pastel Garden without a paste. Or three.
Though this is far from the worst of the disasters featured on this site, it’s one of the better ones for illustrating the fine line between a successful photoshop and a disaster. The lighting and positioning makes each of the models cut-and-pasted poses stick out like a shiny set of fashionable weeds.
Thanks Elly for the great find.
Foot fetishists look away; what we have here is worse than a ballet dancer with club foot.
Initially, it appeared that this image was a sloppy cut-out. Upon closer inspection, it looks like a pair of little piggies are missing in action. Is this the result of both her feet turning her toes into a fleshy blob, or was someone sloppy with the digital scissors?
Thanks Neil. You can see the original on Comodo.
In this disaster’s defense, that’s the kind of smile that begs for someone to take the model by the hand and do something with that ring finger.
There are a lot of things I don’t understand about this picture: why the model is wearing a giant hat with lingerie, what (exactly) she’s holding, or where her finger went. On the bright side, fruit-hat fashion is finally accessible to the Goth community.
Thanks Marcio for the find. You can see the original Globo site.
As messed up as a ballet dancer’s foot can get, nothing explains why there’s an extra one sticking out of the dancer’s dress.
The ad suggests subscribers create their own “Make 3 or More Series,” which the photoshopper probably mistook as guidance in creating this picture. At least this disaster is-in line with the three-themed performance.
I don’t understand youth fashion, be it pants hanging from knees or a sweater with numerous jpeg artifacts in it.
The most confusing part about this array of disasters is figuring out how they occurred. It doesn’t seem like that brick wall needed to be shopped to a more pleasing form, and honestly, I like a girl with a bit of meat on them. Specifically, I like it when the thigh-meat doesn’t have a bite taken out of it.
Thanks Viktoria for the find. You can see the original on the Ebay listing (Scroll down half way).