Michael Garcia - April 28, 2016
In the mid 1800's artist Gustave Courbet shocked the art world by making a closeup painting of the female crotchecological region. No one had ever depicted the female folds so graphically before. It is one of the only 19th century paintings that you can truly call NSFW. The thing is, the painting is beautiful. Courbet obviously had a ton of talent. Then there is Peter de Cupere. This guy relies on a particular medium to sell his "art": vagina scent. It's unclear where he gets his scents from although he claims "More than 1,000 women mailed me very enthusiastically". He started off making wax statues of the Virgin Mary that were mixed with the vaginal perfume so they would give off the scent as they melted. Think of it as a blasphemous tuna taco Glade candle.
Now he came back with a tribute to Gustave Courbet that I doubt the old artist would appreciate. It's a brush made from pubic hair and a bottle of essence de lady's crotch. He says,
"'The Paintbrush of Gustave Courbet' is a tribute to the feminine and more specifically to the female fantasies and pleasure. Nothing as creative to start with an empty canvas and to brush down your desires with the smell of vagina!"
Now, I'm no prude and I certainly enjoy the scent of a woman when I'm doing the deed. But c'mon. This is just a bunch of psuedointellectual posturing meant to sell art by shocking. I'm also unclear as to how a woman collects this fluid. I'm...I'm just confused.
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