Photo editor Lauren Wade has applied the preferred photo-correction software magazines use for slimming down models to famous paintings.
American Eagle lingerie brand Aerie has now used the backlash around Photoshop and fashion to create a new campaign dubbed “Real,” featuring all unretouched models. It’s the brand’s first campaign of this kind and Aerie’s senior director of marketing Dana Seguin says embracing a more realistic image of girls and women is not just a one-time thing but will now be an integral part of the brand’s overall strategy. What do you think of the campaign?
Image manipulation site Worth1000.com’s latest Photoshop contest called on entrants to insert celebrities into works of Renaissance art(yes, some of the entrants applied a liberal interpretation to Renaissance—many of the paintings spill out of that time period).
Male superstar get a gender-blending makeover, courtesy of Photoshop.