German Artist Jörg Düsterwald Camouflaged Nude Women in His Art

But Nude Woman Are So Beautiful When Nude, Why Cover It Up?

As I have said many times before and will continue to say until air no longer escapes my lungs, great art makes us look at something we’ve seen a million times before in a different way. It’s a wonderful feeling when that happens, but sometimes art wants me to look at something different, and honestly, I just don’t want to. Take German artist Jörg Düsterwald—he decided to take nude women and paint them so they blend in with the scenery.  

I get it, I do, it’s a challenge to paint someone so they blend in with a tree or a gate or a roadblock, but does it have to be a nude woman? Come on, Jörg Düsterwald, a nude woman is the most beautiful thing in the world, why would you want to hide that? I mean, are we supposed to play a nude women version of “Where’s Waldo?” Though, if we are, I found the nude woman right away. I don’t know about you, but I think they were pretty easy to find. Anyway, Jörg Düsterwald's latest nude model camouflage series is entitled “Door Art.”  

Look, I do find this work by Jörg Düsterwald interesting, but at the same time I’m kind of irritated that he is taking something as beautiful as a nude woman and hiding it. I’m sure people really love it (and if you love it, more power to you), but as for me, it’s not doing much.

Via The Mirror

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