When we hear or encounter something, there is this line of thought known as stereotyping where we directly associate a certain element to an idea where it is usually involved. Sometimes, it is tiring to see things as if they cannot be more special.
But now, things are going on differently.
Welcome to the world where all things is yet to be revolutionized. Usual things people see is not the same as before. When you hear of church, it is not necessary a physical infrastructure where people could praise. When you hear the word photography, it doesn't mean that it is done by professionals, like everybody could do it nowadays. Then, when you hear about the word 'genitals' now, it is not as limited to descriptions as 'a reproduction tool', 'a sexual object', or worse, plainly 'a part of human body'.
Again, this is not how things work anymore. Ever heard of a photographer who takes 'dick pics' to make it fancier or cute? Well, this is one hell of a revolution. Get to know the idea, as wel las the mind behind it.
New York-based part-Iranian, part-Canadian, that's what she is. Soraya is a professional photographer who challenged the status quo.
As a creative person, she wanted the society to look penises more than just sex junks. Along with the idea of dressing penises toy dolls, her motivation as a photographer made this possible.
You've read it right, Dicture Gallery is the name of her project.
Literally, that's what Soraya does. This concept pushed through because Soraya wants to give happiness and laughs to people, and want to somehow break the walls between the sexualities when it comes to being comfortable seeing each others' genitalia.
Soraya incorporated some fashionable touch to the picture taking. Yes, the photographer put some clothes onto the penises. Some have caps, hats, wigs. She made them possible.
Funny and entertaining, isn't it?
In her website www.dicturegallery.com, aside from telling the story behind it is her online shop where people could purchase items with these pictures printed. May it be in mugs, papers, wood, and so on.
Folks, this Dicture Coasters only cost $40 each.
This Dicture Canvass Print shows a military-inspired dick picture, and it is printed on canvas. All in all, this item would be purchased at $50.
This 2016 Dicture calendar costs $30 each.
I am not sure if the image portrays Nikki Minaj or Rihanna, but the point is, you could have this greeting card for $10.
Mug, anyone? Your coffee breaks would never be the same again when you have this. At $25, you could purchase this masterpiece.
Look at this inspiring dick pic wearing a fitness warrior attire. Stick this to your fridges guys, it's amazing. Get each at $6.
Make your party more memorable and wild with these cups. You may get a cup for $8.