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" ... A photoshopped image of a staff member of China Citic Bank in Hangzhou holding Chinese currency ... [+] notes emblazoned with the Bitcoin symbol on them. (Art by Kenneth Rapoza) ... "
" ... A photoshopped image showing the actual scale of the Wakashio relative to the Eiffel Tower. Seen ... [+] here, Mauritian diaspora in France protesting at the oil spill response on August 29. ... "
" ... It was the sunset that got me. The brilliant clashing of colors that you see in photos and think, "that just has to be photoshopped," except you're actually watching it happen in real time and know that a photo could never capture the immensity of it all. This is what I thought as the day became night and the only sounds around me were the shrills of other guests smitten by the same sky. ... "
" ... Kelly as Sapphire with her cat Nova in a photoshopped image so Sapphire is fairy sized. ... "
" ... What gap did you see in the natural hair market? I noticed that there was a broadly consistent look and feel for brands across the textured hair category, and that there was an established idea around what it meant to have “good” curls. This often meant a super glossy and defined “no curl out of place” photoshopped look that just isn’t realistic for day to day life, and is often not achievable for all curl types—especially women like myself with 4C, super coiled hair. I believe that for the consumer that we’re speaking to, that’s no longer their idea of what aspirational is. I wanted to create a brand that was community focused, with clean formulas, all encased in a visual universe that felt more relevant to today's centennial consumer. I want this brand to represent her or them in the way that they already present themselves, online and elsewhere, and the way they want to be seen. I also felt like the space was incredibly confusing. When I first transitioned, I had no idea where to start. I just wanted to know how to wash my hair. I wanted a suite of essentials to establish the core parts of my new haircare routine and I wanted to make the process as quick as possible. We’re creating BREAD for the person who has curly and textured hair and doesn’t want to spend half a day washing her hair. Our aim is to make wash day and other parts of her routine as quick as possible so she can spend less time on her hair and more time on other things in life. ... "