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This group is sticking pimples on billboards to make a statement

The Unphotoshop Project is sneakily adding imperfections to unrealistically perfect models with stickers of pimples, winkles and dark circles.

If you've noticed pimples on movie posters and billboards, here's why

[All images: Instagram/un.photoshop]

It’s no secret that magazines and billboards retouch their models to erase fine lines, blemishes and even armpits.

But one group is working to make ads a little more realistic.

The Unphotoshop Project is sneakily adding imperfections to unrealistically perfect models with stickers of pimples, winkles and dark circles.

We printed the stickers ourselves, adjusted the size and colors for different skin tones as we went, to make sure that our project was as inclusive and wide-reaching as possible,” wrote the group on Bored Panda. “We want people to see that it’s OK to have pimples and stretch marks, to point out just how Photoshopped and fake ads have become.”

Click through the gallery to see their “unphotoshopped” images and let us know what you think by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.

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