Henry Hadlow's 'Tell a Lie'

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Nov 8, 2008 • References: & blog.2modern
Photoshop fans and foes alike will enjoy art student Henry Hadlow's playful take on the image-editing phenomenon. Hadlow and his friend Ed Cornish reproduced popular Photoshop effects using a standard camera.

Henry Hadlow is a first-year student at the Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, a part of the University of the Arts of London. 'Tell a Lie' parodies the eraser tool, paint bucket tool and the Gaussian Blur functions of Photoshop--all without using the ubiquitous photo-editing tool. Stats for PC-Free Photoshop Parodies Trending: Older & Average
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