Bloody Burberry: Photoshop to the Rescue?

Published by PETA.

I think we can all agree that in this day and age, there’s no excuse for pore poor Photoshopping, but someone at Bloody Burberry seems to have missed that memo.


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In what must have been a tragic Photoshop accident by the oh-so-tragic Burberry, actor Emma Watson seems to have lost one of her legs. Luckily for her, that nub can be transformed back into a leg again with a few clicks of the “undo” button.

The question I’m asking about the whole fiasco is this: Can the magic of Photoshop help the countless animals who have suffered chewed-off limbs in the horrific process of making Bloody Burberry’s fur cuffs, collars, and coats?


Photoshopped Fox


No, I guess not.

Written by Karin Bennett

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