Art Boobs is an ever growing compendium, in blog form, of all things boob in art - contemporary and not. I'm a longtime Art Boob subscriber and find it refreshing and enlightening tour through art history. I usually consume art boobs through my google reader, so on visiting the site today for research, I found that Frank van Eykelen is the man behind Art Boobs. To him, I say thank you.
And for those who find this content somehow uncouth or simply not your cup of tea, perhaps you'd appreciate Frank's compilation of photos of people with their giant zucchini on his Stereoparty blog.
But back to boobs. This Ted talk by Deborah Rhodes, is one that should be watched and passed along.
(I'll say I have had issues with the marketing juggernaut of Breast Cancer fundraising Campaigns that have infused itself into a - at the expense, I think, of other, more deadly cancers, statistically speaking. But cancer is cancer and information relating to innovations and knowledge pertaining to treating/detecting cancer in all its forms should be explored and supported and spread and given the opportunity to be debated, not cast aside by those steeped and committed to the line of conventional thought.)
Still haven't had enough? Here's a full frontal peek-a-boo taken by c-monster of a work created by Raquel Paiwonsky. I just found Paiwonsky's website, which features an eyeful and then some.