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Explore Mee.

 

The series “PENIS” explores the male genitalia through geometric-cum-cartoon-like paintings of the simple shapes within the structure of the penis, being the testicles and shaft in contrast to the more complex form of the vagina. Each penis retains the same painting style but with no two penis being alike, illustrating the diversity among our own anatomy. 

The photographic series "My Feet and Mee" features my own feet as they interact with different items. The series delves into the fascination surrounding foot fetishism through provocative yet insightful pieces.

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The series "Fluid Bonding" embodies the use of body fluids in a sexual manner, creating a more open environment surrounding the subject through colourful, playful and risqué depictions.

The series "Walk All Over You" captures the sexual act of trampling, where one stands or walks over one’s body as part of foot fetishism, looking at the process through the movement and shapes created during the act.

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Through playful perspectives, the series "The Lucky Half" explores the biological cross-section of a penis. 

"Safe Sex" captures the important role of condoms in sex by exploring their many durable qualities. 

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Through insightful and playful pieces, the series ”Insert Here" embodies sculptural use of sexual toys, exploring their many, all-inclusive uses.

We all have sex. It’s natural and it doesn’t need to be something to be ashamed of wanting to explore. Sex is often the catalyst for many kinks and fetishes, so through beautifully simple and insightful pieces, the series ”Where do babies come from?" embodies the simplicity in sex as the foundation for such exploration, with the fundamentals of sex being for reproduction.

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The series “Spank Mee” embodies the beautifully simple interaction between the body and objects to create suggestive imagery. 

Through the series "Cocksickle" the familiar form of the ice-lolly is explored, offering a surreal take on the idea of sucking a penis. 

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Through fun depictions, the series ”Playtime" embodies the belief that many of our sexual desires stem from our childhood with sexual explorations being the new childhood playtime for adults.

Through thought-provoking graphic depictions, the series ”A Bloody Mess" embodies the use of blood as a medium in exploring how the body fluid can be used in a sexual manner.

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The series “A Period Piece” explores the taboo around menstruation, in particular sanitary products, encouraging a more open dialogue surrounding their usage. 

Through the series “6.9 Inches” connotations surrounding the penis are explored, being captured through various colours of the penis forms. 

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The series “80085” aka BOOBS, explores the blurred lines within censoring images by capturing the details through the form of breasts.

“Mee, Myself and I” embodies ten different elements which all form an aspect of ‘Mee’. 

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The series “Tactile” embodies the role of materials in sexual fetishes, in conjunction with the ultimate sexual body fluid, male ejaculate, better known as cum.

The stand alone piece “Does size matter?” explores the age old question, does size matter?

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The series “Face Sitter” embodies the form of the buttocks as it smothers ones face.