These Gina Kiel illustrations show females with their heads covered up with paper bags.
Titled 'Paper Bag Girls', the Gina Kiel series features the bodacious bods of extremely curvy women who have their heads draped in brown paper bags. The bags themselves have smiley faces on them, which is kind of ironic as its simplicity greatly contrasts that of the realistically rendered torsos in each painting.
Every image in the 'Paper Bag Girls' series also contains elements of the surreal. For instance, one of the females has gills on her ribs as well as a head viewers can only assume is made up of tentacles. Another has two chicks in a pool of fire cooking slabs of meat. Are these images of dreams or nightmares?