To promote their Creative Days campaign, Adobe secured the help of photographer and photoshop wizard Erik Johansson to snap pictures of unsuspecting bus stop dwellers, doctor their appearance and insert them into a live ad.
The results ranged from sweetly awkward – two strangers find themselves perched atop a wedding cake in one billboard – to cinematic.
The prank's victims all appear to take it with the intended humour, as you can see in the highlights below:
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