December 11, 2002 11:17 AM   Subscribe

BODYSCAPES® are NOT double exposures. Nor are they the result of computer montage. These unique landscapes are created by photographing toys and miniature "people" directly on the human body.
posted by ashbury (15 comments total)
Crap! While very tasteful, this is probably not safe for work. Sorry! Sorry! Sorry!
posted by ashbury at 11:18 AM on December 11, 2002

No, no, it's fine. I'm a porn actor. Nobody here even flinched. In fact, Bob over there is jerking it.

Right on, Bob! Nice technique!
posted by Skot at 11:23 AM on December 11, 2002

i found this stuff a little art-less. i'd think part of the effort would be in choosing angles/lighting to disguise the body, or part of the body used. stuff like golf tees in the pubes and bridges over boobs border on bad gags from an adult novelty shop. not that those things are wonderful in their own right, of course.
posted by Peter H at 11:24 AM on December 11, 2002

I liked it! Sexy, funny. Doubt I'd ever purchase/put up in my house, but as links go, it was interesting viewing. Thanks, ashbury!
posted by jonson at 11:25 AM on December 11, 2002

oy vey.
posted by gwint at 11:31 AM on December 11, 2002

They remind me of Audrey Heller's photographs. While her work is a little less "sexy," it has the same whimsical charm. Sight is one of my favourites.
posted by heather at 11:35 AM on December 11, 2002

I don't think I ever could have mistakenly thought these were photo montage, computer generated or double exposures.
posted by cinderful at 11:48 AM on December 11, 2002

tacky, but wonderfully so. thanks.
posted by fishfucker at 11:50 AM on December 11, 2002

Cute, but shouldn't it be called "Vaguely Artistic Beaver Shots" or something a little more truth-in-advertising? Why my fellow men consistently focus on the vagina and breasts--when there are plenty of other female body parts to objectify--is beyond me.
posted by vraxoin at 12:08 PM on December 11, 2002

From bodies that look like landscapes, to landscapes that look like bodies.
posted by normy at 12:10 PM on December 11, 2002

These brought to mind Miguel Calderon's series of photographs called "Greetings from My Hairy Nuts." Here's one, I mean two (hehe).
posted by josephtate at 12:29 PM on December 11, 2002

heh heh. Naked people.

posted by Outlawyr at 12:45 PM on December 11, 2002

yeah, these aren't that well done, frankly.
posted by donkeyschlong at 1:19 PM on December 11, 2002

Which came first?
posted by gottabefunky at 2:21 PM on December 11, 2002

Motorcycles and hair pie...

Gallery four dude; I am so there!
posted by alas at 1:59 AM on December 12, 2002

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