These Embroideries Of Boobs, Butts, Nipple Hairs And Stretch Marks Are Just Perfect (NSFW)
Warning: This post contains images of (embroidered) boobs and buts, and thus may not be suitable for work. Say farewell to all your preconceiv...
Clay Collective on Instagram: “No rest for the wicked! We had a great time at @anna__beam and @lauriemaun 's show Shape then Form at @hatchhomerton last night. It's on…”
315 Likes, 4 Comments - Clay Collective (@clay.collective) on Instagram: “No rest for the wicked! We had a great time at @anna__beam and @lauriemaun 's show Shape then Form…”
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Kitchen Art - They danced the night away without even taking a break to eat. Relive that magical night with this original print. Archival image mounted on an 8 x 10 stained Birch wood block (1-1/2 deep). The print is applied and sealed with a non-toxic, water-based sealer. Each wood block is
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‘Pauline Bunny’, Sarah Lucas, 1997 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Pauline Bunny’, Sarah Lucas, 1997 This floppy figure relates to ‘bunny girl’ waitresses at Playboy clubs, whose uniform involves stockings and rabbit ears. Lucas’s version undermines any sense of glamour. It was originally exhibited with seven similar figures arranged around a snooker table. Their dangling limbs suggested powerless femininity, while the snooker table stood for masculine demonstrations of skill. Lucas draws on the language and imagery of her working-class…
THE MYTH OF THE JAGUAR PHOENIX
"And so Galahad decided that it would be a disgrace to set off on a quest with the other knights. Alone She would enter the dark forest where there was no path. This is the myth of the Hero's Journey." *Joseph Campbell