Commuter Uses Newspaper Photobombs to Liven Up a Boring Ride to Work


The New York Daily News reports that an anonymous commuter has decided to improve his boring ride to work everyday in a very unique way: newspaper photobombs. The paper won’t reveal who the photographer behind the pics is, but he or she has made quite a splash using forced perspective photography to make fellow commuters look downright hilarious.

From the Queen, to David Beckham, to Leonardo da Vinci, to dogs and babies, everybody on the way to work takes on a more comical appearance thanks to that day’s paper. Here are a few of our favorite examples:






It may seem like a silly idea, but it’s worth a try the next time you’re stuck waiting for the subway on the way to work. Head over to the New York Daily News to see the entire photobomb gallery.

(via New York Daily News via The Phoblographer)

  • Michael Spotts

    Clever people.

  • Rob

    Hahaha, that’s hilarious!

  • lee-o

    Hahaha… Clever!

  • b

    love it!

  • Hugo Cuellar Rodriguez

    Made my day :D

  • Jason Wright

    Why did New York Daily news publish the work of a London Commuter? I guess they really ARE worried about being seen doing this if they felt they could only publish in another country. Oh Internet, how you globalize everything.

  • Zigmars Zilgalvis

    It does not make this post less boring tho.

  • jon

    great series

  • Raymond Larose

    I think these are really fun! Great idea to keep occupied on the commute.

  • Duke Shin

    My sides are on the moon.

  • Duke Shin

    You’re boring if you think this isn’t funny.

    Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

  • Julia Agnes

    hahaha))) funny)

  • brob

    ha! theses are awesome

  • Ferris Arrafi Silitonga

    I don’t think that anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like.

  • donnod

    best photo news i seen in a long long time!

  • FreddyNogo

    Thanks! :D

  • Felipe_Paredes

    I was just thinking “it looks a lot like London”.