Pixelate my love. Big version. Poster
15€ – 35€
Inspired by motherhood, being a wife, and adulthood. Social prohibition is a taboo theme about sex and what women should be.
“No woman gets orgasm from shining kitchen floor” Betty Friedan.
Especially after a wedding, or giving birth to a child and we have to plan our love. Sometimes even we don’t have time or energy for that. The fallos is pixelated, because of our social media rules, which adds a contemporary look to this image. Also, it paints stereotypes about being a woman, sexual priestesses, or healers. What if some people don’t understand you, doesn’t matter if we cannot express ourselves in the way we want to. It’s not provocative, but a rebel image against talking about sex. Sex education should be more spiritual in modern times, not porno-like. Our bodies and sexuality are part of our lives, so why do so many people still ignore it and don’t accept their sexuality? Cause we are not educated about it, it’s kind of taboo or some kind of bad thing. In my reality, it means to accept fully yourself, not only your thinking but your passion, your sexuality, past, present, and future.
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Pixelate my love. Small Version. PosterElina Mellov, Giclee Print, Products
This poster has a partly glossy, partly matte finish and it’ll add a touch of sophistication to any room.
• 10 mil (0.25 mm) thick
• Slightly glossy
• Fingerprint resistant