Gearing up by stripping down! Fergie is giving fans a little taste of her new mystery project on social media, teasing her followers with sexy photos and bizarre clips. Her most recent shots feature the year-old Dutchess entirely nude, wearing only stiletto heels as she shows off her enviable frame while lying down.
Heidi Klum is caught in the crosshairs of a nude photo fracas — but the German supermodel, 40, actually keeps her clothes on in a newly banned ad for Project Runway. To promote the twelfth season of the fashion reality competition, Klum and fellow star Tim Gunn appear in 18th century noble garb think Marie Antoinette and a gentleman pal as a bevy of naked models appear to bow down before them. Perhaps one of the most provocative ads yet for the Lifetime series, the jarring image has been banned by the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety, the network confirmed to Variety late Tuesday, July 9; signs with "obscene matters" are subject to prohibition, the site notes.
One hundred photo sessions to photograph nude subjects. Thirty photos on display in the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery. One controversial honors thesis.
New World Bishopdale is having fun with cutting plastic. The misting is electronically controlled and provides great in-store theater; children just love it. He said because the system helps keep the fruit and vegetables fresh, less are wasted. New World Bishopdale is also offering reusable string bags for weighing and carrying produce without plastic.
Artistic curiosity surrounding the naked body has existed for centuriesand a recent nude photo series featuring a diverse group of people proves that the human form still can still be used to make a powerful statement. The series, which was created by a California-based photographer Anastasia Kuba, has received lots of praise and sparked ample discussion online for encouraging others to embrace their bodies after struggling with self-acceptance issues. It has also been lauded for revealing the raw body image experiences and challenges of a broad range of individuals, and not just people who fit stereotypical cultural ideals of beauty.
Facebook is asking users to send the company their nude photos in an effort to tackle revenge pornin an attempt to give some control back to victims of this type of abuse. This means that the company converts the image into a unique digital fingerprint that can be used to identify and block any attempts to re-upload that same image. So this is impactful.
Images courtesy the artist. For the past 20 years, Italian photographer Angelo Musco has been creating a massive database of elegant, monochrome snapshots of the nude human form. That, in and of itself, sounds like a triumph, but Musco takes it up a notch by stiching together thousands of pictures of the supine models into intricate wall-sized "bodyscapes"—composite, naturally beautiful forms that toe the line between Jonty Hurwitz's microscopic sculptures and Tomas Saraceno's cosmic spiderwebs.
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Facebook is trying to combat "revenge porn" by encouraging users in Australia to submit their nude photos to a pilot project designed to prevent intimate images from being shared without consent. Adults who have shared nude or sexually explicit photos with someone online, and who are worried about unauthorised distribution, can report images to the Australian government's eSafety Commission. They then securely send the photos to themselves via Messenger, a process that allows Facebook to "hash" them, creating a unique digital fingerprint.