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Naked furniture


Taking a break from the psychedelic overload today with a return to (what else?) black and white photographs of naked men. The subjects this time are from Mobilario Humano, fanciful suggestions for furniture designs by David Blázquez which use the photographer himself as the subject, collaged into a series of pliable clones. Allen Jones produced similar work with female figures in the 1960s—and Stanley Kubrick borrowed Jones’ idea for A Clockwork Orange—but this is the first time I’ve seen male figures used this way.

Thanks to Carmine for the tip!



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4 comments or trackbacks

  1. #1 posted by Thombeau


    Oh, you KNOW this will end up on Fabulon!

  2. #2 posted by John


    I would have guessed as much…

  3. #3 posted by aston


    majestic i wish i could have one of those stands and with those stands i will have a great ass plugging night

  4. #4 posted by alanis


    wowww thats so weared what is that for anyway ewwwwwwww what a boook shealf or somthing






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