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Amazon Product Listing Photo Looks Stitched Up By Parts From Different Bodies



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Some internet users think they have encountered the “Frankenstein’s monster” of product photos on Amazon.

The image advertising a tied T-shirt appears to be modeled by a wholly ambiguous female model whose hair, limbs and torso don’t seem to come from the same shoot or even the same person.

While some social media users are completely convinced the photo is really a collage, others question if the strange appearance has to do with lighting or a misuse of the burn tool on Photoshop.

“It just gets worse every time [you] look,” responds one member of the r/CrappyDesign community.

“So I guess Frankenstein’s Monster got a career in modeling,” another chimes in. “Good for them.”

Beauty ideals have gone too far since everyone was forced into a life without human contact.


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[via r/CrappyDesign, images via various sources]