I stumbled across an interesting site today that I thought our readers would enjoy.
"Naked People" is a German site (so unfortunately I can't read the small bit of info available) that seems to be an art project by designer Sebastian Kempa. Obviously, it has photos of naked people but it goes far beyond that.
Instead of salaciously featuring hot sculpted and airbrushed models, the designer features regular, ordinary folk. You see them in their clothes to begin, but when you click the photo their clothes dissolve and you see them in the buff. Young, old, fat, skinny, male, female, in shape and out, the website shows all without commentary.
As I clicked through the 24 photos, I was struck by the sheer beauty of all of them - whether I would have found them sexually attractive or not. (In fact, the guy to the right was the sexiest one. Check out the site to see his goodies.) It was fun to get the small shock occasionally, like the middle-aged businessman with the biggest penis or the uptight-looking teacher with a shaved vagina (both pictured after the jump), and a reminder not to judge a book by it's cover. However, I was disappointed to see photos 15-24 focus on slender young females instead of the diversity the others showed; it moved the project dangerously back from "art" to "gratuitous nudity."
It's worth the small amount of time spent clicking and there's no advertising. Before and after pictures of the businessman and the teacher after the jump - but not safe for work!