Hide your unsightly pores, elongate your stumpy limbs, and airbrush your humanity right out of your image with Photoshop—the beauty product that reminds us all that there is no such thing as "good enough."
That's the satirical spirit behind photography student Anna Hill's latest series, which is a send-up of the over-manipulated, impossible-to-achieve imagery flooding the media today.
The artist's work is parody, but its underlying message is similar to photographer Jade Beall's A Beautiful Body series. Launched earlier this year, Beall's photography challenges the perfected photos of women so often seen in magazines and instead celebrates their bodies as they appear in real life—free from airbrushing and beautiful in their own right.
Since it was posted on Reddit last week, Hill's handiwork has been widely embraced, reminding viewers that attaining a fabricated look is possible, but only as long as you "never let anyone see you in person again."