I don’t think shadows really work like that.
Thanks to Rien! Bigger image here.
Even though about 500 people have sent this in, I’d like to say that this clearly isn’t a disaster and this blog, which used to be good, has jumped the shark again.
Thanks to Mari! Original is here!
I don’t think Apple invented the wet floor style, but they have certainly used it a lot. So it was only a matter of time before an album sleeve featuring a wet floor should appear on Apple’s site within another wet floor composition. Result: human sacrifice, cats and dogs living together, mass hysteria.
Thanks to Hannah! Original is here (for now)!
Intouch Germany reveals the truth about “Bennifer” (a cool way of talking about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.) Gossip magazines never alter the images they show, providing proof that the couple’s youngest child, Zahara, has an evil twin.
I’m sure that some of you think this evil twin theory is ridiculous, and that the child is, in fact, from an evil alternate universe. Unfortunately we can’t prove this either way as she is hiding the evil goatee that she probably has.
Thanks to Sara, Siv and others for sending this in!
Maybe Brad and Angelina clone their kids to keep the real ones out of the spotlight, and this picture was taken when they’d just picked up the new clone? By R
In this episode they have to go back in the image history to a time when the comping wasn’t hilariously bad.
Thanks to Darren!
The mission of the image in the context of marketing a medical procedure is usually to imbue confidence and value in the mind of the consumer. In rarer cases, images can be used to convey a dread sense of profound incompetence, a terrible feeling that something is very wrong, and that a long slow descent into a hellish nightmare of pain and regret awaits. Ask your marketing adviser which strategy would work best for you.
Thanks to Ben! Original is here!