30 Examples of Photoshop Disasters

Photoshop is an amazing tool that allows designers and photographers to do some incredible things. But not every Photoshopped creation works out exactly as planned. Whether it is poor execution, going too far, or oversight of something important, Photoshop disasters are not uncommon. In this post we’ll showcase 30 examples that come from psdisasters.com, photoshopdisasters.com, and photoshop-disasters.net.

Holding a Hand

Photoshop Disasters

Metro Town: Shoulder Slip

Photoshop Disasters

Cote Rouen: A Screen Askew

Photoshop Disasters

Mr. Big: Belly Button-B-Gone

Photoshop Disasters

Gridiron: Mosaic Monstrosity

Photoshop Disasters

Fun.TV: Crotch-tastrophe

Photoshop Disasters

Wired: Staying Connected

Photoshop Disasters

E-Marilyn: Miss Direction

Photoshop Disasters

 

Maroon 5: Moves Like Jagger – Skills, Like, Missing

Photoshop Disasters

Schoner Wohnen: Changing Table Tragedy

Photoshop Disasters

AIM: Ready, AIM, You’re Fired

Photoshop Disasters

TRESemme: Inflatable Head

Photoshop Disasters

Aldi: Hard to Believe

Photoshop Disasters

Infolettre – Karoutchi: Serious Traffic Problems

Photoshop Disasters

Trending District Council: One of Us One of Us

Photoshop Disasters

Pearl: Three Finger Discount

Photoshop Disasters

Michael Strahan’s Horrific Claw Hand

Photoshop Disasters

25% Off an Arm

Photoshop Disasters

Awful Heads

Photoshop Disasters

Double Head

Photoshop Disasters

Wrong Legs or Wrong Dress?

Photoshop Disasters

Eye of the Storm

Photoshop Disasters

Half a Woman

Photoshop Disasters

Midget Arm

Photoshop Disasters

Home Depot: Running with Scissors

Photoshop Disasters

Fake Crowd

Photoshop Disasters

Yoga: Eight Angles Three Feet

Photoshop Disasters

Body Shop: The Tell-Tale Mart

Photoshop Disasters

Totsy Baltex: Somebody Stop the Screaming

Photoshop Disasters

Pampas Restaurante: Sliced and Ready to Serve

Photoshop Disasters

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  • Leo Ari Wibowo, January 16, 2012

    Perfect examples to not do the same mistakes as these pics.

  • Jenn Staz, January 16, 2012

    I got a huge kick out of scrolling through these. Some of these are just creepy! It’s crazy to think that these got sent to press.

  • andy@Atlanta appliance repair, January 16, 2012

    What a great collection of mistakes1 I can almost hear Johny Carson saying, “Everything you need to know about Photo-shop mistakes…”

  • aledesign.it, January 16, 2012

    OMG this is incredible!!! Really MONSTER ADVERTISE! There’s errors really
    amazing’s .Every graphic should see these things .. for his future!

  • Thank goodness I didn’t read this one in public–I laughed so hard! This is hilarious.

    Anyone who still thinks that celebrities really look that way need to see this. I sure could do with that rake, though–to think it comes with an extra set of arms! Amazing. ;)

  • welly, January 17, 2012

    Lol! How the hell did they slip through the net?

  • Courtney, January 17, 2012

    After looking at those, it is hard to believe someone would actually pay for that! Those are really crazy designs! Crazy not in a good way!

  • Katie, January 17, 2012

    I think a few of these are just weird photographs, the striped dress and the yoga pose… i don’t even see the “third foot” in the yoga photo.

  • Dwayne, January 18, 2012

    This is amusing! I laughed so hard! Hahaha! Thanks for sharing these examples of art-gone-wild.

  • Cyanfox, January 18, 2012

    That poker-face moment where you can’t decide which to troll: the funny photoshop blunders, or the hilarious grammar/typo errors in the comments section.

  • adam, January 18, 2012

    Cracking post, very funny indeed, but yet very shocking in the fact that company’s probably paid good money for these photo manipulations and they are terrible. Definitely a good rule which i will follow after looking at this blog is that once i have done editing any photo i will always check how many hands and feet the person has haha, great post.

  • Doly, January 24, 2012

    Amazing collection. A single overlook can spoil a nice photography, even if it may be a creative one. The entire article can serve a helpful learning tool. Thanks.

  • Ann, January 25, 2012

    I’ve made mistakes, but never… like.. these. Guess these guys were facing some killer deadlines or so? ;)

  • Robert, January 26, 2012

    Wrong legs.. surely the dress is perfect to match the background??

  • discovery, January 31, 2012

    Really perfect examples to not do the same mistakes as these pics.Good catch -)

  • Graha Nurdian, February 14, 2012

    Those mistake really awful, better review it for 2 – 4 times before save it into jpg or something :D

  • Rajan Arora, February 15, 2012

    Nice collection.

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