Twinkle, twinkle, little porn star…sort of NSFW?

a porn star

I’m gallery-sitting The Goddesses of Small Things exhibit at the DVAA from 10 till 3 today. I took a book along, as you optimistically do, but haven’t even cracked the cover yet.

Instead, I’ve killed a good few hours by taking an old scan of a soft-porn magazine that was on my laptop (for research purposes, you understand), and playing with it in Gimp. Kept this one, because I kinda like it…looks like somebaroque flesh flower. A Carnation, from the Latin carn- ‘flesh’.

Interesting that what is revealed and what is concealed creates something totally different from the original. There actually aren’t any ‘naughty bits’ from the scan visible in this star…but the mind, looking for porn, will find images of porn in it, anyway.

These posts are a bit watery and undernourished, but I just haven’t had a chance to do something at home yet. Tomorrow my real weekend starts, and I hope to post some good making and crafting shots over the next three days.

So now I’ll publish this, and watch the porn-related spam comments pour in. Hope you’re having a great weekend!


6 thoughts on “Twinkle, twinkle, little porn star…sort of NSFW?

    1. far out, I was just playing around…can’t imagine hanging such a thing on my wall! But there you go, it happens! 😉 the plump blobs o what look like thumb and finger parts in varying shades is really disturbing!


    1. *rushes off to Google mountain laurel, which definitely does not sound like a tropical species…* Oh, my, you’re right! I love the Gimp, though I’ve just realised that I did the kaleidescope in Pixelmator. Doh! Sorry! I use Gimp for everything else, though. Not very well, to be honest. Someday I’ll crack that program…


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