James Fridman is a British graphic designer who became an internet sensation almost overnight, after he refused to remove an overweight girl from a photo sent in by a random internet user via his Twitter account. James takes his photoshop requests very literally which leads to the most unexpected and utterly hilarious results. He currently has more than a million fans across his social media platforms. Fridman mostly responses with a signature one word line i.e. "Sure" or "Done". Literally anyone can send James a request to edit their photo and expect nothing but the opposite. Since his first ever posted photoshop request, James has never done what he was exactly asked to do. Very twisted, dry and almost genius sense of humour made him very popular on the internet, having online magazines,

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  • James Fridman is a British graphic designer who became an internet sensation almost overnight, after he refused to remove an overweight girl from a photo sent in by a random internet user via his Twitter account. James takes his photoshop requests very literally which leads to the most unexpected and utterly hilarious results. He currently has more than a million fans across his social media platforms. Fridman mostly responses with a signature one word line i.e. "Sure" or "Done". Literally anyone can send James a request to edit their photo and expect nothing but the opposite. Since his first ever posted photoshop request, James has never done what he was exactly asked to do. Very twisted, dry and almost genius sense of humour made him very popular on the internet, having online magazines, news portals and entertainment pages i.e Cosmopolitan, The Daily Telegraph, 9GAG, Daily Mail, MTV, Huffington Post Metro BuzzFeed Mashableand many more regularly featuring articles on his latest work. Most of his fans claim that it is not a sense of humour that made him so admirable to millions but it's the message he sends out when he refuses to edit out people's imperfections and illnesses stating that "people need to learn to love themselves the way the are" (en)
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  • James Fridman is a British graphic designer who became an internet sensation almost overnight, after he refused to remove an overweight girl from a photo sent in by a random internet user via his Twitter account. James takes his photoshop requests very literally which leads to the most unexpected and utterly hilarious results. He currently has more than a million fans across his social media platforms. Fridman mostly responses with a signature one word line i.e. "Sure" or "Done". Literally anyone can send James a request to edit their photo and expect nothing but the opposite. Since his first ever posted photoshop request, James has never done what he was exactly asked to do. Very twisted, dry and almost genius sense of humour made him very popular on the internet, having online magazines, (en)
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