Clayton Cubitt

February 27th, 2009 | people I know, photography

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“Flesh For Fantasy (Girl #5)”, color pigment print, 32.5 x 44.5, 2008

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(This site has never been “safe for work,” as you’ve been warned countless times, so save your whining for someone who cares. I assume I’m talking to actual adult humans.)


11 Responses to “Clayton Cubitt”

  1. Yeah, you’re banned in the London Ambulance Service.

    But then they also ban Facebook and the unofficial ambulance forum as well.

  2. Adult humans or many larval xenos, who see human flesh pictures as little more than deli ad art.

  3. Never before has photography captured someonething normally the realm of prankster photocopies…

  4. what source of light is that tiny speck of white comeing from?

  5. It’s reflected off a piercing, I’d wager.

  6. There’s nothing non work-safe about that. It’s just a.. just..

    Hold on a fucking minute! That’s a ladypart! I’ve been duped into sin!

  7. “what source of light is that tiny speck of white comeing from?”

    that’s ‘factory air’…

    moving from left to right: asshole, taint, pussy, ‘factory air’

    in other words: the tiny speck is where legs meet crotch… –anatomically knowledgeable henry

  8. oops! my mistake: that should read, ‘moving from RIGHT to LEFT”

    HA! –the directionally challenged quirk

  9. It’s a bit Escheresque. My brain keeps trying to work out a way that those parts could be connected like that. Actually quite beautiful. It’s just skin. More than 50% of the population has one (although it aligns a bit differently.) What’s so unsafe about it? :)

  10. Personally I think it’s gorgeous.

    I just backspaced what I wrote after that line. God I’m an art wanker some days.

  11. S. wrote: “It’s just skin. More than 50% of the population has one (although it aligns a bit differently.)”

    What? Less than 50% of the population has skin? Aligned differently? That’s fucking creepy, is what it is. Cool too but mainly creepy.

    C.