Photoshop Round-Up: Links We Love

This week on PsDisasters, we had a “Honey, I Blew Up The Baby” moment, we debated about whether digitally adding a skull-crushing sombrero to Gwen Stefani was a conceptual disaster or a psd, we took the world’s weirdest trolley ride, and Gucci gave us the best Christmas gift ever: A flamingo disguised as a handbag model.  It was a pretty good week!  Now, let’s cap it all off with some fun links from around the web.

  • Last weekend we issued a Quiz asking our readers if this Longchamp image was a disaster or not.  51% of our fans thought it was a psd… until model Coco Rocha herself responded with a behind-the-scenes image!  Verdict: Not a disaster.  [Styleite]

  • Male celebs Photoshopped to look like women.  Why?  Because boobs, that’s why.  [The Chive]
  • The Worst Photoshop Fails of 2012… almost all of which you saw here on PsDisasters first. [Business Insider]

  • 25 eerie compilations that mix World War II images with modern-day scenes.  Chilling.  [List25]
  • A Tumblr artist decided to “clean up” Frida Kahlo’s iconic facial hair.  Fans were not amused.  [BuzzFeed]

  • Nicolas Cage “As Every Character in The Hobbit” is every bit as creepy and funny as you’d imagine. [BuzzFeed]
  • Clients From Hell released a free guide to freelancing in 2013 – Highly recommended.
  • 24 Hilarious Obama Photoshops – [Smosh]

That’s it for this week.  Thanks for reading, and we’ll see you back here on Monday with more disasters. Don’t forget to join us on FacebookTwitter, and Google+ for daily entertainment.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=501644963 Janet Cox Tuhey

    The Chive tried to plant a virus in my computer.

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

      Sorry to hear that, Janet! I didn’t have any problems with it, but I’ll remove the link just to be safe.

  • Waldobaby

    When are you guys going to admit that Clients From Hell and PSDisasters are by the same people? Not acknowledging that when feeding readers from one site to another is dishonest.

    The sites share layout quirks. They both have similar code and annoying reader-scorning pop up behaviour. Neither site’s looks nor reliability is/are a good advertisement by people who might want to earn money creating sites for clients. The only real difference is that “hell” features an attitude of undeserved superiority over and scorn for one’s customers and “disasters” features an attitude of, er, uh, the same?

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

      I don’t work for CFH at all, Waldobaby. I work for PsD and a few other sites. The relationship between CFH and PsD is pretty transparent, so I’m not sure why you feel deceived by cross-promotions. You’d be hard-pressed to find any (successful) blogs online that do not utilize strategic partnerships to expand their reach. I’m not sure why you choose to troll our comments to “expose” our “faults,” but hey, we’re glad you clearly like our content enough to keep coming back! We are happy to provide you with free daily entertainment… for you to poop on. ;)

  • http://lpdc.be/ Colar

    The link to the Nick Cage hobbit redirect to “The 33 Most WTF Celeb Photos Of The Year”.

    Nick is there: http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/nic-cage-as-every-character-in-the-hobbit-is-th