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April 30, 2007

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mww

"rather sweet, if a little continental"

This is very funny.

David

I thought the word “French” might get me into trouble.

Delvoye was interviewed – painfully - for WPS1 art radio. It’s car crash radio, caught on film:

http://vernissage.tv/blog/2007/04/10/wps1s-althea-viafora-kress-talks-with-artist-wim-delvoye-part-12/

I suspect the interview tells us more about the art world’s creaking pretensions than Delvoye’s handiwork tells us about, well, anything. Still, the interviewer's increasingly desperate smile is sort of entertaining.

Chris Allen

From the first "kissing" x-ray, I'd say that head on the left needs a root canal.

Is that whats happening in the second picture?

David

Yes, that's exactly how NHS dentistry is done.

georgesdelatour

I think the first picture - the x-ray kissing - is very, very beautiful, dental flaws notwithstanding.

bird dog

DT:

I once posted a piece showing Box Turtles mating, and titled it "Farm Porn." I still get searches for "Farm Porn" almost every day. No doubt many disappointed Googlers.

realdentist

i must protest... thats not how i did my root canal work.
although i do know of a female dentist who was offered a considerable fee to do a filling whilst topless.
she accepted, but then again... she is a nymphomaniac.. (although you could, justifiably, call her something much worse)
and no, sorry, she's not accepting new patients at the moment.

David

Yes, the ‘Superhero Pornface’ item was a big hit too, and still attracts interest. I may have to revisit the subject at some point. That, and the dark side of dentistry.

spa soil screening

Hi,
Nice photos.the x-ray is very, very beautiful, dental flaws notwithstanding.

TW50

I don't know what made me search X-ray blow jobs and was surprised there were some. i guess i don't know why I'm surprised. these are great though.

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