Another day, another airbrushing blunder, and this time it’s American Apparel making the mistake.
The clothing brand appears to have airbrushed out the entire body of a horse in one of its website images.
The image in question features a model showcasing the brand’s China Lace Sleeveless Dress, accompanied by a large horse in an empty stable.
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Except the horse’s body is nowhere to be seen – not backwards, sideways, or anywhere at all. Instead, the model cosies up to a horse’s dismembered head – not quite the look AA was going for we’d imagine.
The blunder, first spotted by Photoshop Disasters and tagged under the category inadvertent amputation, has been taken lightheartedly on social networking sites.
“As long as someone doesn’t leave her in my bed...”, wrote Missy Hanby on the site’s Facebook page.
"It’s missing some anatomy,” another, Chris Sheppard, cleverly pointed out, while Melanie Stork joked, “Not enough money for a whole horse ... Sad but true :)”.
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One user summed up the attitude: “oh gawd that pic....so funny.” [sic].
The company has yet to take down the image from the site.
airbrushed out a model’s arm on an image on its website.Only yesterday another major US corporation made a similar Photoshop blunder, when Victoria’s Secret
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It’s a mighty weird view of the world these Photoshop-fond art directors are creating!