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This art project is collecting 1001 pictures of women's bums


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The 1001 Fesses Project aims to create a ‘visual poem’ by taking 1001 pictures of women’s bums.

Credit: Ulule

The project, which began in December 2014, is run by two female photographers from Montreal who felt that by showing anonymous pictures of women’s, bums they could help women "discover how crazy it is to hate our own bodies and simply see how unique each and every woman is”.

The artists have been best-friends since the age of 12 and have travelled the world photographing various women, with over 600 volunteer models signing up to be a part of the project.

Despite the project’s fan page being taken down by Facebook in late 2015, the campaign has continued, with the two women still continuing to rebuild their community that they saw as important in “taking part in the body-diversity movement and anti-censorship of female beauty”.

The project is still active now and you can follow The 1001 Fesses project on Instagram by clicking here.

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