Imagine if women were born with heeled feet. The hassle of going out and buying shoes would never occur, and we would probably save bagfuls of money.
Julie Rrap has replaced the natural environment with design in this picture of high heels. This is her most well known piece of work, as has won the HermannÃ¢'s Art Award.
Check out other pieces of work by Julie Rrap in the gallery above.
Implications - Body distortion art is attractive to consumers because the imagery artists of this genre present are generally shocking and usual, yet incorporate familiar objects and concepts. The element of shock is extremely powerful with regard to consumerism, especially in a blogging and Internet world where shock drives sharing levels.
High Heeled Feet
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Julie Rrap's Stiletto Foot Means You'll Never Need Shoes Again
- By: Tisah TucknottJul 6, 2009 Updated: Jul 5 2011