James Fridman Takes Social Media Photo Editing Requests Literally

By: Riley von Niessen - Jun 23, 2016
References: twitter & designtaxi
James Fridman is a graphic designer whose hilarious execution of Photoshop requests has catapulted him into Internet fame.

Twitter users send him photos of themselves asking him to make them into something they're not or to place them in a specific setting. James Fridman completes the requests in the most literal sense possible, making for a diverse series that doesn't forgive any typos or double meanings.

Though his collection is extensive, examples of his work include a girl trapped into a keyboard's space bar after asking to be Photoshopped into space and another user situated in front of a tower that produces eyeballs after asking if James could edit her to appear with the "Eyefell tower."