Photoshop wizard Cristian Girotto‘s photo series L’Enfant Extérieur (the outer child) takes his subjects’ inner children and brings them, quite literally, to the surface. In the series, Girotto explores what adults would look like if men and women never left the cuteness of infancy — at least in some respects. Each photo, originally captured by photographer Quentin Curtat, shows the subject ‘shopped to look like a toddler.
Real Beauty isn’t retouched.
Dove: Thought Before Action
(von Ogilvy Toronto)
This large (23″ x 35″) wall calendar from Melissa Van Hoose features squares in a color gradient grid that remind me of paint swatches. It can be purchased on Etsy for less than $35.
(via 2012 Modern Calendars | Design Milk)
Behind the scenes at a McDonald’s photo shoot - a quarter pounder with cheese (von McDonaldsCanada)
I finally finished our STAR WARS MOVIE POSTER
137 Layers · >30h work · 1.87GB
This commercial isn’t real, neither are society’s standards of beauty.
Fotoshop by Adobé (von Jesse Rosten)
The Amazing Photo Manipulations of Erik Johansson
Image credits: “Self Portrait 1889″ remake by Seth Johnson, “Narcissus” remake by Max Zerrahn, “American Gothic” remake by Jesse John Hunniford, “Café Terrace at Night” remake by Jonathan Pruc, “Portrait of a Man” remake by Ryan Halliwill