What, we ask you, is so challenging about taking a photo of a beautiful woman and just leaving it the hell alone? Cosmopolitan magazine, which features Glee star Dianna Agron on its September cover, doesn’t seem to be aware of that concept — and it doesn’t seem to know what human arms look like, either.
We know this because the image of Agron on the cover doesn’t really resemble what her body looks like. Her arms appear to have morphed into fleshy, angular twigs, and her left hand has been shrunken to the size of a child’s. Her normally lovely decolletage looks severe as the result of some heavy-handed shadowing, and her head is sort of floating in front of her neck, which looks like someone actually widened it in the Photoshop process.
We’re all for a little Photoshop to remove pimples, blemishes and maybe a dark under eye circle here or there. But when you rearrange someone’s body to look like an Otto Gutfreund sculpture, a line has been crossed.
Check out the images below, and try not to vomit. Or cry for humanity.
this is some kind of spaceship or something.