Here’s something lighthearted that may put a smile on your face. A designer named James Fridman is amassing quite a following online by fulfilling people’s Photoshop requests… way too literally.
Fridman has been publishing his strange Photoshop jobs on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, where he’s now followed by 104,000, 44,100, and 27,000 people, respectively.
People make requests for photos to be retouched via those social networks and through email, and Fridman selects certain requests, fulfills them according to his own personal interpretation, and then shares them for the world to see. Here’s a sampling: