Whether you call it knuckle juice, mannonnaise or man jelly, Art Zodiac's subversive 'Sex Art' series uses the, um, deposits of characters in the Key West scene to inform her version of Andy Warhol's 1978 sex paintings. This is a group project unlike any I've seen in recent memory.
Due to the nature of Art Zodiac's 'Sex Art' series, no two pieces are exactly alike. Check out the gallery above to see her latest work, titled 'Pink Concrete.'
Implications - Art Zodiac's 'Sex Series' includes a diverse array of donors: a go-go boy, a server, a DJ and a drag queen. This art is definitely subversive.
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