Car shows, fashion events, and corporate dinners become so much more lively and spicier if the organisers pepper them with thematically illuminated naked girls.
Need to boost attendance? Bring out the nudes with T-shirts drawn over their tits, not put on their bodies!
Besides increased traffic, and cheer, the benefits of body art are many and varied.
Think of the workplace atmosphere, for instance.
Most corporate IT policies discourage googling “nude girls”, effectively depriving men of a third of their motivation (I am not aware of any company banning the search for power or money). It may not be OK to google nude girls, but “body art” is totally legit. It is art, it helps intellectual development, and promotes friendships by giving men something to share with their mates over coffee breaks.
Body art can help a good cause, like anti-fur movement. It adds “cute” to “potty”, making the whole affair less embarrassing for the activists.
Even hardcore feminists find it difficult to object to the objectification of body art models because, well, a woman can do anything she wants to her body, and no man shall advise her what’s appropriate and what’s not.
Not that men are going to start telling girls it’s not decent to bum around topless.
It is a win-win type of art, that motivated countless men to get divorced, buy a Ferrari and start a new life. It also inspired catpaining, the body art for cats, that I detest even slightly more than the traditional body art. Facebook wants more than just a cute or grumpy pussy now. It craves for some domestic violence to the domesticated.
One of the pics in the gallery earned $15K for the cat’s owner. Catpainting can be financially satisfying, not just the fun you get when the neighbour cat gets a heart attack as it ventures into your garden.
P.S. Before you decide to crush me with the argument that body art can be art if it is performed by Marina Abromivich, please note the joking character of this post, which is a teasing prequel to an essay on nudes in painting, and the role of Degas in turning the nude into the naked.
I’m not wild about painting animals but the bottom line art is art and body art is in fact another medium for expressing one’s creativity. Author did an excellent job of expressing that sentiment.
Breasts definitely sell.
My cats aren’t dyed but they are art, se more: https://justlikedontlove.wordpress.com
They are, indeed! )
Yeah! They are awesome 🙂
Couldn’t agree more. On a related subject – does Cindy Sherman count as body art in your books? This is a direct question, no challenge or rhetoric intended.
I think of her as a photographer artist, not as a body art artist. Body art is just an element (or a tool, as paint for a painter) of the final “product”.
Agree it is!
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I think so, but only to human body. Thanks for sharing.
It might be, but very rarely, and mostly if it is a non-commercial project done with a photographer. And yes, not when it is done on animals )
Thanks. Greetings from Brasil.
PS: I do like your blog. Have a nice day.
Thank you! It’s a long way from me to Brasil, but I am happy art helps us cover this distance!
Only to complete, never come here. It is a country without public safety. Cheers to web!
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Temos o direito de transformar nossos bichos em bibelôs?
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