In advertising, everyone always looks perfect. And when they don't, well, that's what Photoshop is for.
But whenever Photoshop is used, there's a chance an art director can make a mistake.
The hands! The hands! (Fun fact: SimplyBe changed the photo, and wrote "non mutant" in the jpeg name.)
What's wrong with the February cover of In Style?
There's usually a hip there...
What's wrong with this Terry Richardson photoshoot of Gwyneth Paltrow for the cover of March's Harper's Bazaar?
This position seems a little too flexible for humans with joints.
What's wrong with this June Neiman Marcus ad?
Where'd the back of it go? As Huffpost put it, even if the bike is tucked behind her back, "there's no way the other half of that big-ass bike is hiding behind a pair of skinny jeans."
What's wrong with this photo from Alloy's July email newsletter?
And the case of the missing elbow goes unsolved.
What's wrong with this August photo on the Victoria's Secret website?
Models are only that skinny if you remove their ribs.
What's wrong with this photo from Juicy Couture's fall catalogue?
What's wrong with this photo found on JCrew's website in October?
A photoshopper didn't quite finish the job when thinning out the model's already thin thighs.
What's wrong with this October Lana Del Rey ad for H&M?
Well, 1) based on where her shoulder is, there's no way that that's her arm positioning; 2) has she melted into the car?
What's wrong with this photo advertising lace-wear on American Apparel's site?
The horse doesn't have a body.