It's Friday. Almost time for the weekend. Enjoy these four fun links. Hey, c'mon, you deserve a few minutes of fun, just for making it through another week of work. 1. Photoshop Disasters www.photoshopdisasters.blogspot.com Have you ever seen a print advertisement where the model is so airbrushed they look like a cartoon? Or even worse, have you seen photos of models with missing body parts or completely disproportionate appendages? This blog is dedicated to highlighting reader submitted examples of such Photoshop disasters. It's hilarious!2. Prtty Shttywww.prttyshttydesign.blogspot.com Prtty Shtty a delivers a couple of posts per week featuring one good and one not-so-good logo or design for the same type of product. Along with shots of each logo, there is a snarky explanation of why one design works and the other is just plain shtty. 3. We are Coo www. wearecoo.blogspot.com We are cool? We are coo-coo? It doesn't really matter if we don't know what this blog's title means. This running catalog of strange images will keep you chuckling and inspired. Check out the site for oddball items such as these flies pictured below, relaxing on hand-drawn beach towels. 4. Sexy People www.sexypeople-blog.com Feel bad about those double-chins you've been rocking in all of your friends' wedding photos? Here's a gallery where you can find photos of all kinds of sexy people, to make you feel better about yourself.
September 30, 2010
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