British photographer Cameron-James Wilson has been criticized in social networks after he published pictures of a model named Sudo. About it reports The Metro.
On account of the model in Instagram signed by 39 thousand people. The girl looked like a real model, so as long as Wilson doesn’t put the hashtag #3Dart under photos in Instagram, subscribers had no idea that it is virtual.
“Having studied 3D design and animation, I got the opportunity to create a model of their own taste. So I designed the most beautiful woman,” said the photographer. He also added that this project was inspired by his Barbie doll “Princess of South Africa” and model ducky One.
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The publication of pictures Sudu caused discontent among users of Twitter. “White photographer came up with a way to make money on the black, not pay them. Now just tell me what our economic system is not based on racism and misogyny,” wrote one of them.
According to Wilson, he does not use Sudo for commercial purposes and not trying to replace her real women. “I will continue to Instagram Sudo, because it’s art that you really like people,” he said.
At the end of February 2018 show Prada fashion Week in Milan opened the black model Anok Yai. It was the first time since 1997. “To be the first model at the fashion show of leading fashion houses — a great honor for me. The whole world, and especially dark-skinned women, you will see that our beauty is also worthy of recognition,” said Yai.
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