Green Pink Caviar: Marilyn Minter

Susannah Breslin pointed me to Marilyn Minter 's latest video months ago, but I didn't get around to blogging 'til now. Green Pink Caviar is described as

A lush and sensual voyeuristic hallucination. Filmed with macro lenses, the video was inspired by a photo shoot where Minter directed her models to lick brightly colored candies while she shot photos from underneath a glass plate. The models' tongues mixed the colorful sugar with saliva, slurping and pushing color across the glass surface to simulate painting.
More: greenpinkcaviar.com, some viewer reactions, Los Angeles Times interview with the artist, NBC LA, and apparently there's some controversy over the billboard installation in Hollywood.

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  1. Hey this is actually pretty interesting. Pretty gross though. Looks like the intro to a movie from the 70’s.

    It’s smart. I like it.

  2. “The models’ tongues mixed the colorful sugar with saliva, slurping and pushing color across the glass surface to simulate painting.”

    Actually, it seems to simulate something quite different from painting. Not that I’m complaining or anything.

  3. Internet Rule 91, I believe. “If it exists, there’s a porn of it.”

    You saw it here. Slug erotica.

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