Lee Nutter is a England-born, Cambodia-based photographer working masterfully within the art of nude photography. Recognizable by his sultry and vulnerable black and white photos of the female form, he artfully toys with the concept of censorship within his latest series, “Facebook Friendly.”
The series started as a way for Lee to vent his frustrations regarding Facebook’s censorship restrictions–which would find the artist’s uncensored photos gravely against the site’s strict, nipple-fearing policy. With this in mind, Lee explored a method of photo manipulation that is simple, yet so genius for his specific needs: he tore and burned the images apart.
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