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Ki Seul Ki (기슬기) is a contemporary South Korean photographer who graduated from Sangmyeong University. For her series "Instants" she made her female models wear suggestive outfits and gave their skins a waxy look which made them seem more like RealDolls than actual human beings. All of her models are wrapped in a plastic film with a barcode. Her work intends to criticize the commercialization of sex and of the female human body.
Talk about some seriously emotional work. It's amazing and sad.
there was actually the same work of PETA about human meat in package, to go against eating meat .
@Tapsamai Really? Yes, I can see that actually. It makes a lot of sense for PETA.