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!! OMG, she has a GIF: Lorna Mills ‘Honey I Blew Up My Tits’ !!

Lorna Mills Pieces of MeNet artist Lorna Mills (@lorna.mills) collects and repurposes moving images from the depths of the most remote web garbage bins. Each piece is infused with frenetic energy, provokes giggles, and is equally likely to be macabre or sexy.

Her latest NSFW piece “Honey I Blew Up My Tits,” shown as part of the NFT exhibition Pieces of Me by Wade Wallerstein for Transfer Gallery, manages to be both, with household objects and nude subjects long lost to Internet memory all engaged in hungry, endless looping girations. Each GIF is available to purchase as an NFT.

Robocock by Lorna Mills

“Robocock” by Lorna Mills

Visit the NSFW show here and scroll right to enjoy the things you never knew you wanted to see, including pieces with names like “The Da Vinci Load,” “Pulp Friction,” “Missionary Impossible,” “My Best Friend’s Wetting,” “Twin Cheeks,” and more.

You can also find other more affordable NFTs from Mills at Hic et Nunc. Collect them here.

!! OMG, WOOF! Photographer built a special photobooth for dogs and captures their reactions !!

We love this! Photographer Lynn Terry invited puppers to pose in her custom-made photo booth.

“I had these old curtains that looked like old photo booth curtains [so] I tested the idea out while working on a calendar for the local rescue featuring their pit bulls,” Terry told Bored Panda. “I wasn’t sure it would work sort of boxing them in. So my first plan was to take the photos and apply a vintage look with some antique frames that I had.”

The first two pups who modeled for her were living together and were comfortable being in each other’s “dog space.” During the shoot, they spontaneously started kissing and it immediately rolled out into a sequence where Terry could see their little thought bubbles:

“First let’s look at the camera and smile, then let’s look at each other, ok, now quick, make out!”

The photographer absolutely loved it, so she kept playing around with the concept. Eventually, the images went viral and she even published a book called Tails from the Booth. Check out more of Lynn’s photos after the jump!


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