‘Mobiliario Humano' Uses Nude Humans as Furniture

By: Cecilia Biemann - Published:   Updated: May 2 2011 • References: grenka666.livejournal & designyoutrust
Incorporating Cirque Du Soleil-style balancing acts into his artworks, David Blázquez's 'Mobiliario Humano' infuses an impressive artistic twist into the realm of home decor.

What better way to showcase your Virginia Woolf novels than on an all-male nude bookcase?

And who's life wouldn't be lit up by a naked man lampshade?

Granted, the dining table may not sit well with some.

Implications - The use of nudity isn't always about using sex to sell -- in fact, it can be used in a tasteful manner. In a more tolerable society, it's become commonplace to use nudity as a form of artistic expression without it being deemed controversial or repulsive. Whether this theme is used to make a statement or to shock in general, it's effective in how it attracts attention.

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