NYC Artist Shows Us What Famous Celebrities Would Look Like as Normal People

September 16, 2013 in Art, Photography

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Thanks to the power of Photoshop and the skill of artist Danny Evans, we get to see what some famous celebrities would look like if they didn’t take the Hollywood career path. Starting off, we have Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Continue reading to see Rihanna, Britney Spears, Johnny Depp, and more.

According to the artist, “It was a reaction to the insanely over-retouched photos of celebrities that are everywhere.” The series started back in 2006: reacting to a crazy over-exposure of Paris Hilton, Danny photoshopped some images by putting her face on random pictures.

Eventually it evolved into visualisations of celebrities without their personal trainers, stylists and dietist. Danny says the feedback from the celebs he targets has been positive so far!

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