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Some women’s pictures on the Internet are often over-liquefied. They try to make themselves seem skinnier and sexier using photo editing applications to beautify their figures. They liquefy their round faces into sharper ones, along with thin necks, slender waists, full bust, and super long legs like models, neglecting the surrounding backgrounds being deformed.


From my perspective, this is a rather ridiculous and hilarious “mistake”, as well as a serious lack of diversified aesthetic standard. As far as I’m concerned, every woman is born beautiful. Plump and fit are just different trends in different era. I can’t help thinking about what if those full and round beauties in classical oil paintings are also liquefied. It must be dramatic. So, I create this series of work.

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