PAPER QUILLED MALE REPRODUCTIVE TRACT
Why? Just Because!
I love creating anatomical pieces. I really can't get enough. The only limitation I seem to have is time. Well that and usually these pieces are for personal pleasure and not sale since everyone gets all squeamish and prudish about anatomy. I'm not sure why. They're just body parts and we all have them. I guess growing up on a farm gave me a different perspective than some (or most?).
The funniest part about creating anatomical artwork is that each time I've done so, I've had an immediate response from my Instagram followers. They stop following me in droves. And I guess it's become a challenge at this point to produce anatomical art regularly because I get the biggest chuckle when I post something and suddenly start getting messages about how I'm "disgusting" or comments about how "repulsive" this type of art is. All I can say is that I am proud to be open-minded and thankful that I have the mindset that I do. We are all just bags of flesh and we all share the same body parts - at least if you go far enough back in our development we all do. Sure there's a split early on - female to male - but in the end we all have body parts. They're not gross or shameful. None of them should be taboo.
Anyways, this piece was something I worked on this week. I plan to take some quality photos of it and send the images to a friend in Portugal whose brother-in-law is a Urologist. If anything it's a unique way of displaying the male reproductive anatomy. If you have a urologist in the States that might be interested in owning this piece, contact me.
The image above is a closeup of the glans portion of the penis. It's funny that in almost all of the reference photos I found, hardly any depicted the foreskin! Being a staunch advocate of keeping males intact, I felt it was of the utmost importance to include this amazing and vital organ in this piece.