This YouTube clip has accumulated nearly 3 million views on the video-sharing site and it’s easy to see why. Photoshop magician Erik Johansson rigged a bus stop in Stockholm with some cutting edge technology and a hidden camera. The ensuing hilarity and smiles it brings to people’s faces makes this video well worth viewing. The event is part of the upcoming CreativeDay in Stockholm. Credit: YouTube/AdobeNordic.
Video: Photoshop prank on Stockholm bus stop
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