Images that are not Photo shopped


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“AAAAHHH! BOMBERS, AIM FOR THE BEARD! THAT’S HIS WEAKNESS!”

OK, if that isn’t a terrible Photoshop crop job, then it’s time to play a game of, “Giant Head Sculpture or Tiny Cars?”

It’s the second one. Michael Paul Smith is not a city sized monster, he’s just an extreme modeling enthusiast. We’re not sure which is scarier. It reminds us a little bit of those Calvin and Hobbes strips where Calvin builds little sandcastle worlds to destroy. Only these worlds took thousands of hours of painstaking, meticulous detailing. Either way, we’re certain one day he’ll get drunk and stomp around on that shit like Godzilla.

If Batman Were A Pothead

No, it’s not a time lapse photo. Right there is exactly what they saw hanging in the sky one December evening in Norway. Can you imagine looking out of your window and seeing that shit in the sky? You’d assume you and everyone you know was about to be sucked into another dimension.

It started as a blue streak emerging from the horizon, which then left that spiral behind before it slowly faded.

It turned out it was the vapor trail of a failed Russian missile test, a Bulava missile fired from a submarine. When they go wrong, they do this:

My Wife, The Elf

Hey, a guy with a tiny wife! And he appears to be dribbling her like a basketball! Truly an image like that is too awesome to be true.

Well, sort of. This is one of those forced perspective tricks, the same method by which most movies make actors appear to be bigger or smaller than they really are (including the hobbits in the Lord of the Rings movies). It’s all about tricking your depth perception:

Of course in real life there’s no way one human could be that much bigger than another, even if you got the world’s tallest and shortest men to stand next to each other.

Run a Horse Pic Through Photoshop’s Awesomify Filter…

Holy crap. This is the fakest looking photo we’ve come across in all the work we’ve done for these articles. It looks like a bad video game cut-scene back from the days when they first had CD-ROMs.

This is a photo from a Scottish festival to honor St. Anthony, which apparently involves riding horses through bonfires.. We don’t quite know who St. Anthony is, but based on some of these pictures, we’re guessing he’s the patron of badassery.

Great, Another Dimensional Portal

If you’re thinking that looks like somebody pulled the plug on a huge cartoonish bathtub drain under a lake…. well, that’s exactly what it is. That’s Lake Berryessa in California, and the “drain” controls the water levels in the lake. According to the site the photograph is from, the drain is big enough to swallow your house (about 70 feet across) and it goes down almost 300 feet.

Then it all empties out into another lake full of incredibly confused fish.

Gritty Live Action Reboot of Clifford the Big Red Dog

Some of you are going to point out that they’re doing another tricky thing with the depth up there (that is, the guy’s feet in the foreground are huge compared to his head) but this is a huge fucking dog from any angle.

That’s George, the four-year-old Great Dane. He weighs 245-freaking-pounds and if you could stand him up vertically, he’d be taller than Shaquille O’Neal (he’s seven-foot, three-inches long from nose to tail).

Are you all imagining how huge his poops must be? Because we’re picturing entire cats lodged in there.

The World’s Most Inconvenient Checkerboard

Remember when we said there were artists who spend their lives doing nothing but fuck with people? Well the above hallway was painted by artist Felice Varini, who as far as we can tell has spent his career doing this sort of thing. Though it only works if you’re standing in the exact right spot:

While it certainly created a unique work of art, you kind of have to wonder what kind of hoops you have to jump through to get to turn that fancy of a hallway into something like this. Or maybe he just bribed a janitor and snuck in overnight.

Activate Big-Head Mode!

What’s so impressive about this? Every Nintendo 64 owner has seen dudes like this in every first-person shooter they played.

However, this is real life and the low-polygon head is made of paper. That’s the work of artist Eric Testroete, who made it for a Halloween costume, at the risk of a whole bunch of GoldenEye veterans suddenly having an urge to shoot him in the crotch.

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