If you’re wandering through the Renaissance section of the Met admiring the many nudes painted by the masters, you can’t help wondering, “Didn’t any of these women know about Weight Watchers?”
Let’s be honest. Most of the subjects of paintings portraying feminine pulchritude are plenty porky. It’s not the women’s fault. The blame lies on the artists, who simply didn’t have Photoshop to touch up the women in their paintings, and Linday Lohan wouldn’t be available for centuries.
Such thoughts have led Italy’s Anna Utopia Giordano — herself a model, blogger, and Photoshop artist — to reveal in her online exhibit, Venus Impressive, what the classics nudes would have looked like if their creators had access to the brushes of Adobe.
But wait. You don’t have to got to Italy to see the exhibit. GroovyPost brings Italy — and art — to you.