Prank Artist of the Day: Adobe’s Photoshop Live Retouches Photos of Pedestrians in Real-Time
As part of Adobe’s latest promotional event “Adobe Creative Day,” Swedish digital artist Erik Johansson collaborated with the software company to startle a few Finnish pedestrians by photoshopping them into banner ads placed directly next to them at a bus stop. To execute this prank in real-time, Johansson quickly edited photographs of the pedestrians and pushed the images to the digital ad monitor while lurking in a surveillance van parked across the street. In just 72 hours of upload, the video has been viewed over 10 million times on YouTube.
(Source: Laughing Squid)
These two fits are a great reference to show that sometimes tone on tone can work harmoniously too. My mother used to tell us not to be “too matchy-matchy” but I think when done right its more striking than a safer look. Also give me that checkered jacket or this cat gets punched.