What Causes A Whole Bunch Of People To Paint Their Naked Bodies Blue And Walk The Streets?

The Sea Of Hull

The Sea Of Hull

The city of Hull has a river running through it and temporarily, it also had a sea.

The "Sea of Hull" is the latest art installation by New York photographer, Spencer Tunick, famous for getting a bunch of people together to get their gear off in the cities of the world.

Whoah!

Whoah!

If you ask me, that first picture is pretty damn cool but the close up thing here is a bit much!
It just looks a bit too freaky in my opinion. But then again, there were plenty of people prepared to get together and "hang out".....

See what I did there?

Is It Chilly This Morning Or Is It Just Me?

Is It Chilly This Morning Or Is It Just Me?

There were over three thousand people who rocked up for the event on Saturday morning.

Considering the whole thing was staged in the northern summer, the guys didn't even have the excuse that it was excessively cold.

Double Meaning

Double Meaning

The staging of the event was meant to be symbolic of two things; namely, the city's relationship with the ocean, whilst also the addressing the issue of climate change.

“It’s the idea that the bodies and humanity is flooding the streets,” Tunick told The Guardian. “So there are many ways you can think about it.”

That's Enough Blue

That's Enough Blue

While we really do love the whole blue thing, we think that perhaps now that it has been done, the artist could move on to a different color next time.

Perhaps pink might be the right move in a bid to even things up? Or have we progressed to the point where blue is no longer a masculine color and pink no longer a feminine hue?

It's rainbows all 'round, folks!