Artifice, real and simulated: supplemental

typed for your pleasure on 3 January 2007, at 3.00 pm

Sdtrk: ‘Wattwurm’ by Liliental

Looks like Juergen Specht wasn’t the first to have an Organik lass portray a Synthetik in a photoshoot. Hardly surprising, but still. But it looks like Italian artist Mario A. beat him to it seven years ago, with his ‘ma poupée japonaise’ series.


Mario A.’s ‘ma poupée japonaise’

Slightly NSFW, but then it depends on where you work, of course… Mario A., if I had a glass nearby, I would raise it to you

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2 have spoken to “Artifice, real and simulated: supplemental”

  1. SafeTinspector writes:

    I like the picture, though the cord ’round her upper arm makes her arm look too organic. But maybe he was going for that silicone look, like your lass.

    Oh, what is that structure in the background?

  2. Davecat writes:

    I have no idea what that structure is! It looks rather French, or perhaps like the Brandenburg gate. In fact, it looks a lot like the Brandenburg gate. Well, there’s your answer!

    As regards the pic, there were actually more photos that presented the model in a more Bellmer-esque light, but unfortunately, the 1% of prurience I have left in me took over, as she’s topless. I know of a couple of readers that view this site from public venues, so I have to make concessions…

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