- James Fridman is famous for taking photoshop requests way too literally
- When he’s done with a picture, it turns out to be extremely hilarious
- Even then people share their photos with him, as if wanting to be trolled
Meet graphic designer James Fridman who's popular on social media for taking people's photoshop requests way too literally.
Usually when Mr Fridman is done with a picture, it turns out to be extremely hilarious and so not what the person asked for. And yet, people can't help but share their photos with the designer. It's as if they want him to troll them.
The designer has simple rules on all his social accounts that are full of funny before and after pictures. The first is to not submit a photo that you wouldn't want made public; the second is to read and adhere to his eight point 'terms and conditions' document before submitting photos. Then the magic happens.
Here's a look at some of Mr Fridman's best work:
Like this photo. Told you he takes his requests way too seriously
Hey, you wanted Taylor Swift, he gave you Taylor Swift
Pretty sure this hurts way more post Batman v Superman
Always, always specify which Kardashian
Be careful what you wish for
If there's one way to clear misunderstandings among friends, it's this
That's a deep, deep burn
George Bush isn't happy either
It's like magic, isn't it?
There's a reason they say think before you speak, or type
Haila. Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman. NOT
Aww... isn't that sweet? It's like he photoshopped happiness here
Burn baby burn!
You're right. This would make every woman jealous.
In total Chandler style, "Could he be more American?"
Wouldn't she make a good pair with the giraffe man?
Ouch! That's gotta hurt.
And this last one that proves that sometimes even photoshop can't help you.