Artist Makes A Fun Virtual Road Trip With Her Photoshopped Family

According to Brynn Shuller: “I moved back home from Los Angeles to Cincinnati (thanks, Covid) and decided to take my photoshopped family along with me on a road trip. “We” took a picture in each state we drove through. Yes, I went to all these places, dressed up as each character, and then photoshopped “myselves” together to create each photo!

I was lucky enough to have my mom fly out to drive back with me and be my personal photographer. Each photoshoot took about 45 minutes and took between 2 to 4 hours to edit in Photoshop.

My family’s names are Byron (the dad), Brynnda (the mom), Brynnie (the daughter), and Frank (the gothic son).”

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