Photoshop and Weddings: A Russian Tragedy

February 22nd, 2011  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  1 Comment

Via the (very tasteful and talented) Seattle-based photographer Kirk Mastin comes the apocalyptic gallery of pixel-pain that is Sasha Snow’s ‘magazine’. The Russians, it would seem, suffer greatly from macrophilia. They are also, apparently, either insane or blind.

Remember how, in delving into the whole baby yoga crisis, I used some of my time living in Russia to give context to what seemed to be outrageous behavior? Well, there’s none of that this time. There is no excuse for this Russian photoshop atrocity. Here are some highlights. There’s more madness over on the original site:

Saint Petersburg: terrifying city of undead grooms

A bride in hand is worth...

Butterfly attack

Clones near the Kremlin

A fairy tale/porno wedding

Quoth the bride, "I crap bigger than you"


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  1. Shane says:

    February 22nd, 2011at 6:16 pm(#)

    Chapter Two: Final Cut and Weddings

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