Attractive and unsettling are two words to describe Spanish artist David Blázquez’s first solo collection ‘Mobiliario Humano’, or "Human Furniture," currently on exhibition in the Seville gallery "El Fotómata."
Blázquez’s work features themes of; nudity and self-portraiture, to explore the idea of an object watching our own life ... Ever get the feeling your TV set is watching you?
No, I’m not that paranoid ... But I do love the humor and aesthetics of David’s photography, "Mobiliario Humano."
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Human Body Fonts
Sex Toys As Furniture
Fusing Into Your Furniture
Biology and Brain Behaviour