Photoshop revisited

A cool take on the photoshop tool palette…


Wandaaa took the photoshop interface to a new level. Creating a real life look and feel to Photoshop is relevant to the Design Gods blog because it brings up the question of tools – traditional vs. Digital. When photoshop is rendered in such a ‘real world’ way, I feel it inspires important questions regarding our practice. The divisions between Traditional vs. Digital practice are blurred when one visualizes photoshop as Wandaaa has.

Are they really that different after all?


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