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Graphic Depictions Of Our Society's Obsession With Food

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Artists Challenges Food-Shaming With Nude Self Portraits (NSFW)

Diplomé de la Moore College of Art de Philadelphie, Lee Price prouve ici son talent époustouflant pour la peinture. Un ton très réaliste, se basant sur des photographies, il étale toutes ses qualités pour peindre des moments de vie d’une femme dans son intimité.

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Graphic Depictions Of Our Society's Obsession With Food

Corruption and Surrealism - By Mathieu Frossard and Mickeal  Aldo . Player 1 "Corrupted Advertising"  by Mathieu Frossard . . . . . . . . . . . . .   . Player 2 “Untitled”  by Mickeal Aldo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sources: (Mickeal Aldo)      

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This shows a child devouring chicken nuggets, but chicken is in its living form to show that people need to think more about the origination of the food and the lives of the animals rather than just eating without thinking about the resulting affects. S.R.

Magazine - The Paintings of Cesar Biojo

Destroyed Paintings by Cesar Biojo Cesar Biojo paints beautiful women’s portraits which particularity is the fact that he destroys his paintings after it’s done by a brush’s stroke. His oil paintings are between creation and destruction.

Graphic Depictions Of Our Society's Obsession With Food

Love these paintings of food...Pamela Michelle Johnson paints images of junk food and even though her work comments on overindulgence in America, it just looks so yummy!

Lee Price : oil on canvas . . . Growing up in America, women are taught that sweets and junk food are “guilty pleasures,” a source of shame and an emblem of weakness. Lee Price’s hyper realistic paintings of women (mostly herself) eating in secret explore the disgust and shame attached to food for women in America.