Thursday, December 17, 2009

UK Bans Photoshopped Oil of Olay Ads

















I've been on a bit of a truth in advertising tear recently, and here is yet another story to get me fired up. 1960's supermodel Twiggy is part of a UK advertising campaign for Oil of Olay products. Well, as you can see from her ad above, she's had had some computer work done. I wish they would ban Photoshop junk like this here in the States.

Guardian Twiggy Article

5 comments:

  1. It seems like the UK is doing everything right the US isn't! LOL!
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