rtist Von Brandis was a very clever, simple and sympathetic way he managed to show what people normally considered intimate and undesirable to the public. Looking at these photos we understand that it is completely irrelevant to know who are the actors of these scenes, but it is about mankind’s natural need between men and women, satisfaction with the final outcome of the extension of the human species. If we start from the fact that thanks to such scenes are all created, then this is quite natural and the cool thing with which one can make a little joke. This concept of removing the figures from porn began with a feature called “Obscene Interiors” in 1999 and was covered shortly after by The New York Times and other publications. The collection of online male personal ads with the figures grayed out became a book, “Obscene Interiors: Hardcore Amateur Decor” by Justin Jorgenson (www.justinspace.com/obscene/oi1intro.html ) published in 2004 by Baby Tatoo. Brandt Botes (aka Von Brandis) maybe was “inspired” by the work of Justin Jorgenson. Whether Brandt Botes had seen Jorgenson’s work before beginning his own is impossible to know. Either way Von Bradis work is original.