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The Georgia By Shabd Collection Revolves Around Artist's Naked Body

 - May 30, 2012
References: whitney.org & psfk
The Georgia By Shabd collection offers the perfect clothing for those on the precipice of becoming a full-time nudist but who still have reservations of such a life-changing decision. Made up of t-shirts, gowns, skirts and jackets, each piece features a nude body print that will make the casual observer blush as they think scandalous thoughts.

Created by artist and political activist Georgia Sagri in collaboration with Shabd Simon-Alexander, the Georgia By Shabd collection is part of her 2012 Whitney Biennial performance and interactive exhibition titled Working the No Work. The Athens-born, New York-based creative used images of her own body on the clothing. Psfk notes that this allows "the artist to make a bold statement by covering herself up with nude prints of her own body."