Damien Hirst's Inspired (or Plagarized) Kate Moss Cover

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: May 12, 2009   Updated: Jul 18 2011 • References: & catwalkqueen
On the cover of Tar magazine, Kate Moss had her face stripped away by Damien Hirst. The images proves that underneath, we're basically all the same anatomically.

Looking a lot like the work of an illustrator, Fernando Vicente likes to strip off the skin of women and reveal their inner workings. Did Damien Hirst see and become influenced by Fernando Vicente?

Implications - Consider how Damien Hirst's Kate Moss cover for Tar magazine confronts normative notions of beauty. Daminen Hirst is a controversial artist who is not afraid to challenge long held assumptions on a particular topic. Decide and leave your thoughts for all to read. Stats for Skinned Supermodels Trending: Older & Mild
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