Australian Muppet Provocative Art Controversy

A in depth investigation at the undercover work of the controversial artist Jim Henson….

A Video Parody of artist Bill Henson whose nude images of six-year-old Olympia Nelson appeared on the July cover of Art Monthly Australia and divided the nation.

The family defended the nude child photos. According to the poll, 33% believe images of naked children are acceptable in art and 47% say never ever.

Perhaps, my question will provide a moment of clarity?
Would Playboy Down Under survive the Australian Outback if they published photos of nude children?

Related News Story: Art Monthly magazine cover girl, 6, defends naked shoot and Olympia Nelson, now 11, is offended by Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s critique of her nude photographs…

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Miss Moneypenny reporting for the Undercover Times

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About Miss Moneypenny

Contrarian Comedienne who creates Photoshop Political Satire and comedy.

Posted on July 20, 2008, in Bizarre, Humor and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. I Will Send Ice Tea!

  2. Hi Speedcat Hollydale,

    You’re welcome, nap safari snap shots was my easiest 0007 under-the-cover assignment! 😉

    I’m shocked that Bill Henson was allowed to publish photos of nude children. Apparently, photographs of underaged children posing in their down unders are legal Down Under???

    We’ve been hit by the Summer Sales Event of Al Gore’s new Global Warming Toaster Oven,
    We’re roasting and toasting on the coast! 🙂

  3. speedcathollydale

    Hello Miss Money Pennies …. I cannot load the You Tele Tooobie, yet. This should be my last day with dial up.
    Thanks for your nap safari snap shots of lawn urinating daisies. (SNAP)!!

    My opinion of the subject? Between family …OK. “Public”?? …. Not.

    How’s everything on the coast??

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