Monday, October 12, 2009

"Brooke Shields posed for him both as a normal young girl and in the nude, her body heavily made up and oiled, receiving a fee of $450 from Playboy Press, Gross’s partner in the project. Her mother signed a contract giving Gross full rights to exploit the images of her daughter. The series was first published in Little Women, and then in Sugar and Spice, a Playboy Press publication. Large prints were also exhibited by Charles Jourdan on 5th Avenue in New York."

There are three of the pictures attached to the article.
I'm not sure where the line is drawn between art and pedo-photos, but the photos are very uncomfortable to look at (for me).

I feel sorry for Brook Shields, whose property they surely should be.

Read the article here.