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Berlin subway adbusters turn to Photoshop

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Subway vandals in Berlin have given up the low-tech Sharpie and are using big Photoshop-palette stickers to offer their wry commentary on the deceptions of fashion ads. Gizmodo has lots more images. Of course, the tactic has a downside: the posters now serve as ads for Adobe.

—Posted by Tim Nudd

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