Francesca Harris used a dating app to receive as many pictures as possible to make an art project out of it. And of course, the men of Tinder obliged, out of the kindness of their heart or whatever kick they get out of sending nudes. The year-old Fine Art student, from Northampton, was met with responses, with some pretty strange requests, as you can imagine. But she laid all the cards on the table, putting on her Tinder bio that she was on the hunt for x-rated snaps for her project The Modern Man. Francesca matched with men but found almost a third of them asked what they would get in return. Francesca was sent a total of snaps and whittled them down to before she began painting them onto the canvas. She added that while she had no issues with men sending images to consenting women, she abhors the idea of unsolicited ones.
Student asks men of Tinder to send her d*ck pics for art, 300 of them come through
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