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 Post subject: Graphic designer trolls social media users requests
PostPosted: Thu Jun 23, 2016 12:22 pm 
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He's at it again! Graphic designer who trolls social media users who ask him to transform their images to make them look 'perfect' unveils more hilarious edits
James Fridman invites people to send in their pictures with requests
He then manipulates them to comedic effect and sends back with message
The US-based designer, who has 45,000 followers on Twitter, warns people not to send in photos that they 'do not want to be made public'
By BIANCA LONDON FOR MAILONLINE and MIRANDA BRYANT FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

PUBLISHED: 05:47 EST, 23 June 2016 | UPDATED: 09:12 EST, 23 June 2016


He shot to fame on social media after turning the art of manipulating photos on its head by turning people's unrealistic requests into comedy pictures.

And now James Fridman, who is from the US, is at it again with his latest batch of hilariously Photoshopped images.


On his Twitter feed, @fjamie013, which has more than 45,000 followers, the designer invites people to send him their photos with the warning: 'Do not submit any personal photos that you do not want to be made public.'


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James Fridman, who is from the US and trolls social media users who ask him to transform their images to make them look 'perfect', has unveiled more hilarious edits

He then edits them - usually at the expense of the person featured - to create a satirical look at narcissistic behaviour.

A common request is for beach pictures to be 'improved' by accentuating different parts of the body but these people may have got more than they bargained for.

One woman who asked for 'super big boobs' must have been left in shock after James made them ten times bigger and photoshopped a crane into the image.

Likewise, a man who asked to be transformed into Iron Man must have been disappointed to see a bottle of iron capsules superimposed onto his body. A man who wanted to be made to look 'buffer' in a snap of him relaxing on a sofa was simply teleported to a gym floor in his manipulated image.

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A man who asked to be transformed into Iron Man had a bottle of iron capsules superimposed onto his body

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A man who asked for James to make him appear 'buffer' was simply teleported to a gym floor in his manipulated image


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A man who asked 'can you help me fit in with my family? I'm the only redhead', must have been amused to see his entire family were given red hair

Other amusing images to be posted include one from a man who wrote: 'Hey James, I want this to be my profile pic, but I want ppl to be sure which one I am. Im in blue shirt [sic].' James responded to his request by simply superimposing the man's face and blue top onto everyone else's bodies in the snap.

In a similar style of snap, a man who asked 'can you help me fit in with my family? I'm the only redhead', must have been amused to see his entire family were given red hair.

Another man asked if James could add a 'a photo of a beautiful woman' in the seat next to him. James responded with a photo with an actual photo of Pamela Anderson on the seat next to him.

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A man who asked for a photo of him laying on the grass to be turned into a crimescene received his picture back with a sign saying 'Keep off the grass'

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A woman who asked for her dream to be fulfilled by being transported into space was superimposed onto the space key on a computer keyboard


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A man asking for 'a photo of a beautiful woman' to be superimposed into the seat next to him received a photo with an actual photo of Pamela Anderson on the seat next to him

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A man who wrote: 'Hey James, I want this to be my profile pic, but I want ppl to be sure which one I am. Im in blue shirt [sic].' James responded to his request by simply superimposing the man's face and blue top onto everyone else's bodies in the snap


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A lady seen running down a train track asked for a train to be superimposed behind her - and must have been left amused to see Thomas the Tank Engine in the resulting shot

Another popular theme is mirror selfies.

A boy tweeted him with a Snapchat photo that reads 'This weed iz dank [sic]' and a request to 'giv me some abs so i can get the gurlss [sic]'.

The picture he is sent back shows a six-pack of bread rolls taped to his stomach.

Another man, who sent James a picture of himself in pink trunks asking to be cut out 'and send to Miami beach with some hot girls' perhaps was not expecting the empty bathroom picture he got back.

A woman who requested 'a tattoo of an angle with little wings' on her stomach had her picture manipulated with huge markings on her body.

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Unrealistic expectations: Designer James Fridman mocks people's unrealistic body expectations by manipulating their images

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In a hilarious edit, James photoshopped Beyonce and Jay-Z's faces onto this man's relatives'

Some of his pictures have a more serious tone.

When a young-looking girl sent a picture of herself requesting 'can you make me look thinner please...I'll never be thin and I want a picture I can be proud of... please', James sent her image back unchanged with the caption 'You can't be proud of something you didn't achieve. If you are healthy and happy the way you are, why change?'.


When Andrei from Russia wrote in saying: 'Lie on the beach here in Russia but I would like to lay in America' James responded with an image of him lying in a carpark outside Walmart with the message: 'Welcome to America.'

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When a young-looking girl sent a picture of herself requesting 'can you make me look thinner please...I'll never be thin and I want a picture I can be proud of... please', James sent her image back unchanged with the caption 'You can't be proud of something you didn't achieve. If you are healthy and happy the way you are, why change?'


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'No problem': James responds to people's requests to change their pictures with dry humour


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Satire: When asked to 'make the boobies bigger' on this picture by the man, pictured above with and without breasts, he found he was the brunt of the joke in James's reply

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The pictures, such as this one above of a man in trunks, mocks society's narcissism


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One woman, pictured above in a bikini, requested a tattoo of 'an angle with little wings'


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3656057/James-Fridman-trolls-social-media-users-ask-transform-images-make-look-perfect-unveils-hilarious-edits.html

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