Katie Sokoler and Matt Adams decorated the streets of Brooklyn with some awesome “thought bubbles” and then waited for the perfect moment to capture photos of people walking under them.
See more at Color Me Katie.
Reminds us of Ji Lee’s Bubble Project.
No related posts.
photoshopped…the shadows are all wrong
Really? Its photoshopped? Cuz I thought when you take a picture of people, a thougt bubble of what they are thinking pops up in the picture
I like the last one great funny
Great images, although I think that first comment is totally photoshopped, the wording is all wrong
They are not photoshopped. Matt and Katie are personal friends of mine. People just love to cry “fake!”
How can you possible see what people are thinking?
It’s not photoshopped, in the last one you can see where they taped it.
(the first comment is an xkcd reference (I assume))
I love it. It allows you to imagine all kinds of stories to go along with the walkers. I even see a glint of excitement in the bikini babe thinker’s eye.
Where do you see a shadow?
They’re not photoshopped, the first pic is around the corner from my apartment. I saw the bubble when it was there.
You guys are all way too gullible. You were trolled… No one actually thinks they are photoshopped.
Cute pics by the way.
The excitement in his eyes is totally shopped
It is photoshopped. No man would wear white shoes with a black hat! That is nonsense.
Nice timing. I would love to see that sort of positive graffiti’ing in my area. Keep it up.
more like keep up the shopping
Not photo shopped.
Look at the tape in the 3rd photo.
You just stick tape behind the poster boards and it all works out.
Who doesn’t wear white shoes and a black hat?
Since when do pieces of paper taped to the wall have shadows?
They probably just waited for someone to pass by and then took the picture.
Nice work, keep it up!
I think the photshop comment was a joke guys. I love these by the way.
i am sooo sick of the photoshopped joke. can u people leave a real comment instead of thinking ur funny with the lamest internet joke out there. thanks. and i love these photos, the thought bubbles add humor to the sometimes stressful streets of the city.
>i am sooo sick of the photoshopped joke. can u people leave a real comment instead of thinking ur funny with the lamest internet joke out there. thanks. and i love these photos, the thought bubbles add humor to the sometimes stressful streets of the city.
this comment is totally shopped
the combative language is all wrong
i have lots of experience in identifying douches, having known a few myself
love these pics! just curious how many passers-by looked directly at or even noticed the bubbles? in NY, my guess is not too many — there’s enough other crazy shit to NOT look at in that town!
OMG THE WHOLE ENTIRE THING IS PHOTOSHOPPED!!!!
THE WORLD IS PHOTOSHOPPED!!!!
EVERYTHING IN THE PICTURE IS PHOTOSHOPPED SHE DIDN’T EVEN TAKE THE PICTURE OMG
oh really? you think this is photoshopped? OBVIOUSLY you fucking idiots, if you believe that someone can see another person’s thoughts then you are dumber than the average American.
This entire website is Photoshopped, as is the entire web.
In stores everywhere! Amazon | B&N | More
Powered by WordPress and K2
Styled with Fork
Entries Feed and Comments Feed
43 queries. 0.351 seconds.