The Great Wall of Vagina - Jamie McCartney (x)
Jamie made molds of the vaginas of women between 18 and 76 years. Among others, they include twins and transgender women. Women are often confused about their vagina, because they think it looks different: with this project he demonstrates that vaginas are as different as faces. McCartney hopes that his work will help to stop the increasing growth of labia corrections in recent years.
Does the name “Pavlov” ring a bell?
that sentence was wild from start to finish
I always wondered if I could hide one up there
But, it was the only way she could get Republicans to stop trying to regulate it!
It all started with a misunderstanding of the term “gun lubricant.”
Religious ornament maker you had one job.
(Sorry… but if I had to see it, then so do you. That’s how the Internet works.)
I [still] live in Virgina. Er, Virginia. I’m going to head to the Governor’s inauguration tomorrow and insist this become our new state seal!
It’s the only time I’ve wanted to kiss the Virgin Mary. It’s a Christmas miracle!
if I die young
bury me in swag
lay me down on a bed of snapbacks
sink me in a river at 4:20 o’clock
send me away with the words of drake songs
delete my tumblr
Erase my browser history
Drake murdered my vagina.
Crossing my fingers…
The ladies know what’s up.
The Great Wall of Vagina
Changing female body perception around the world through art - that’s the idea behind this amazing exhibition currently to be seen in Brighton, UK.British artist Jamie McCartney has created a monumental wall sculpture showing women’s most private parts. The 9 metre long polyptych consists of four hundred plaster casts of vulvas, all of them unique, arranged into ten large panels. The age range of the women is from 18 to 76 including mothers and daughters, identical twins, transgendered men and women as well as a woman pre and post natal and another one pre and post labiaplasty. Described as “the Vagina Monologues of sculpture” this piece is intended to change the lives of women for good: “I realised that many women suffer anxiety about their genitals and I was in a unique position to do something about that.” Half a decade since its humble beginnings, the exhibtion is still a success. “If this sculpture helps just one woman decide not to proceed with unnecessary plastic surgery on their genitals then it will have succeeded.”
Also, Phil Spector ain’t got nuthin’ on this.