• Mon, Sep 23 2013

Kate Moss’ Creepy New Document Cover Features One Boob & Weird Lady Parts (NSFW)

Kate Moss Document Cover

You know how little kids get curious about body parts and sometimes draw explicit scribbles after spotting naked bodies in National Geographic or on late night television somewhere? Well, that is apparently a new trendy way to improve magazines. The newest cover of Document magazine features Kate Moss and a cartoon vagina, which I guess makes a little sense because she has recently become a walking sex act. She might as well be a sitting one, too.

The cover shot, taken by Mario Testino, features the supermodel laying on a couch wrapped in a white blanket. The photo was then painted over by controversial artist Paul McCarthy, featuring one pale white boob on a red body and a triangular vagina. According to comments made to HuffPo, this is some sort of fantastic new cool thing:

“It’s a new idea of beauty, as seen through the eyes of Paul McCarthy,” James Valeri and Nick Vogelson, Document’s editorial director, told us. It’s certainly an unconventional one: Drawn on Kate’s face is another body seemingly emerging from her mouth, like some supermodel version of Goya’s “Saturn Devouring His Son.”

I actually do think the concept is cool, but I don’t really love its execution. Then again, I’m no artist nor art critic, so who am I to judge? (Well, technically I’m a consumer, and this cover would give me stress to have in my home, so there’s that.) Perhaps part of my frustration stems from knowing the unlikeliness of a cover like this featuring a man’s body being covered up by a doodle of his naked genitals, but I guess that’s neither here nor there because it’s just experience-based speculation on my part.

As a side note, I do hope her mysterious Instagram feed is just Kate Moss and friends drawing cartoon tits onto their friends’ bodies (or, better yet, celebrities they are not particularly fond of). This is what I assume famous people do in their spare time, because what else is there left?

Cover via Document.

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