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New David Gouny in Paris

Posted on November 12, 2012

New images here of a curious collection of curvaceous ladies from Paris by David Gouny. Meant to be amusing and empowering, the messages and symbols they appear with are aimed at the French but have a wider appeal in their simplicity and cheekiness.

David Gouny (photo © David Gouny)

David Gouny (photo © David Gouny)

David Gouny (photo © David Gouny)

David Gouny (photo © David Gouny)

David Gouny (photo © David Gouny)

David Gouny (photo © David Gouny)

David Gouny (photo © David Gouny)

 

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