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Photoshop

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Cartoon Characters in Real Life

Cartoon Characters in Real Life

Digital illustrator Robson Lami likes to take cartoon characters and reimagine them as if they were living, breathing people. He’s taken on Rick Sanchez, Popeye, Woody, the Powerpuff Girls, Sonic the Hedgehog and many more, and they’re almost always incredibly creepy.

Photoshop Picture Frame

Photoshop Picture Frame

Studio Cult’s Photoshop Picture Frame lets designers and other Photoshop users bring their oft-used program to the real world. The frame is made of zinc alloy and has a 3D construction. Each pledge for the frame also comes with a free Photoshop enamel pin.

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Photoshop CC for iPad

Photoshop CC for iPad

In 2019, Adobe will bring a full version of Photoshop CC to the iPad. Aside from the convenience of mobile image editing and creation, the app will launch with a cloud version of PSD files, letting you continue your work from a desktop PC to your iPad and back.

Spoon: Do I Have To Talk You Into It?

Spoon: Do I Have To Talk You Into It?

The music video for Spoon’s latest single takes place entirely inside of the interface for Adobe Photoshop. But rather than retouching lead singer Britt Daniel to spruce up his look, things go totally off the rails.

How to Remove a Crane

How to Remove a Crane

If you’ve ever tried to remove an object from a linear background in Photoshop, you know it’s tricky. Watch how Denyer Pro Photography & Retouching helped photographer Paul Frederiksen remove a crane that was blocking his shot of Baltimore’s Domino Sugar factory.

The Bézier Game

The Bézier Game

We’ve been using graphic design tools like Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop for years, but we still suck at using the pen tool. If you find it as challenging as we do, check out this online game, which will turn you into a curve-drawing master in no time.

Deleted Graffiti

Deleted Graffiti

Dmitry Chabanov and fellow graffiti artists who joined Stenograffia 2017 painted an anamorphic illusion on an abandoned car and the structure beside it, using the checkered background typically used in photo editing applications to indicate transparency.

Disintegrating II

Disintegrating II

Photographer Fabian Oefner continues his series on exploded exotic cars with five more prints. Disintegrating II features the Auto Union Type C, Maserati 250F, Ford GT40, Bugatti 57 SC and Porsche 956. Each image took Fabian 2 months and over 2,000 photos to make.

Animals with Eyes in Front

Animals with Eyes in Front

Imgur user Kiyoi decided to see what the world might look like if animals had evolved like humans – with eyes on the front of their heads. Not only would they be more susceptible to predators approaching from the sides, they’d just look plain stupid.

Guide to Computing

Guide to Computing

Docubyte took photos of some of the antique and historic computers at The National Museum of Computing. They worked with Ink to retouch the pictures and make each computer look brand new. Docubyte will sell prints of the resulting images soon.

LiarTownUSA Postcards

LiarTownUSA Postcards

(PG-13: Language) Always on the Internet? Send your loved ones these postcards so they’ll know what they’re missing. Reading Frenzy makes these officially licensed 4″x 6″ postcards based on the work of the sublime comedy photo blog LiarTownUSA.

Flatland

Flatland

Artist Aydin Büyüktas’ Inception-like Flatland features flattened symmetrical landscapes, as if the world was pasted onto a two-dimensional curve. He used a quadcopter to take numerous photos of his subjects then combined those images in Photoshop.

Fake Black Friday Deals

Fake Black Friday Deals

Jeff Wysaski aka Pleated Jeans loves to leave fake signs that look legit from afar. His newest signs for Target shoppers feature Star Wars vacuum cleaners, a falcon giveaway and more.

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Adobe Photoshop Fix

Adobe Photoshop Fix

Photoshop Fix gives you the most commonly used image correction tools on your iPhone or iPad for free. You can heal, clone, patch, change an area’s color or lighting, as well as adjust facial features with its smart liquify tool. Android version coming soon.

LWT’s Lost Graphics

LWT’s Lost Graphics

(PG-13 Language) Last Week Tonight took a brief break, but if you’re used to having John Oliver depress and horrify you every Monday, here’s the host with some of the images that they made for the show but were ultimately shelved.

Kindle Cover Disasters

Kindle Cover Disasters

A photoblog that highlights Kindle ebooks with hilariously awful titles and even worse covers, from the world’s most unscientific scifi cover to the best title and art combo that we’ve ever seen. We can die now.

Struggling with the Original Photoshop

Struggling with the Original Photoshop

“Oh my god…there are no features!” Since Photoshop turned 25 this year, CreativeLive showed how far the program has come by having photographers and other longtime users – including one from Adobe – try Photoshop 1.0.

Unfinished Business Stock Photos

Unfinished Business Stock Photos

Add some pizazz to your school paper or newsletter with these Unfinished Business stock photos, featuring Vince Vaughn, Dave Franco and Tom Wilkinson. 20th Century Fox teamed up with Getty Images to create the awful photographs.

Adobe Brush for iOS

Adobe Brush for iOS

The new Adobe Brush app lets you make custom brushes out of anything you can take a picture of: a line, a pattern or even your face. You can then save and use your brushes on Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC and Photoshop Sketch.

Adobe Photoshop Mix

Adobe Photoshop Mix

Photoshop Mix is a free iPad app for quick and light photo editing. It lets you apply filters, combine images and even use desktop tools like content-aware fill, straighten image and shake reduction through cloud computing.

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Movies Reimagined

Movies Reimagined

Al Pacino as Wolverine. Sammy Davis Jr. as Mr. Pink. Pam Grier as Ellen Ripley. Illustrator Peter Stults likes to make posters of today’s movies as if they were released decades ago. More on Peter’s Behance page.

Signs from the Near Future

Signs from the Near Future

This single purpose Tumblr takes a page from the back of Wired to envision how modern technologies and changes in social behavior might affect the warning signs we see in everyday places. We were promised jet packs.

Pop Culture Faceswaps

Pop Culture Faceswaps

The Faceswap meme involves digitally switching out the faces of people and characters, transforming once familiar scenes into surreal alternative universes. We have to say that Dame Judy Dench looks pretty dapper as 007.

Street Eraser

Street Eraser

Guus Ter Beek and Tayfun Sarier are out to make London look like a digital image, or at least a fake one. The duo make stickers that look like the Eraser tool from Photoshop and plaster it over ads, street signs and graffiti.

Photoshopping Has Gone Too Far

Photoshopping Has Gone Too Far

CollegeHumor pokes fun at the whole anti-Photoshop movement in this clip which shows us what a sexy model actually looks like before she is embellished with Adobe’s powerful, but often reality-distorting image editing tool.

Shortcut-S Photoshop Keyboard

Shortcut-S Photoshop Keyboard

A USB keyboard designed to work with Photoshop. It has 319 keys: 299 keys for preset commands and 20 customizable keys. Shortcut-S will also work with other programs and can be updated and reconfigured via software patches.

Star Wars x NFL

Star Wars x NFL

Behance member John Raya made Star Wars-themed football helmets, borrowing many of the color schemes and icons from those of NFL teams. We’d love to see the Hal Hutta Hutts on offense. NFC teams here, AFC teams here.

Imagine Finding Me

Imagine Finding Me

We’ve seen people imitate their poses from old photos to show the passage of time. Chino Otsuka on the other hand made it appear like she went back to the past, realistically superimposing herself into some of her childhood photos.

What Cellular Signals Look Like

What Cellular Signals Look Like

With the help of experts on wireless networks, Nickolay Lamm made mockups visualizing cellular signals. Apparently the signals’ colors change rapidly and constantly, so we’re really lucky that we don’t see them.

How Cats See

How Cats See

Artist Nickolay Lamm looked at facts and theories about the eyesight of cats and used them to visualize the difference between human and cat vision. It’s a pale and blurry world for cats, but it’s also way less dark.

Honest Slogans

Honest Slogans

Like Honest Logos, Honest Slogans uses the magic of image editing to add a dash of hilarious transparency to the identities of popular brands. Crest and Kool-Aid need to make their honest slogans official right this instant.

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