Artist at London art fair offering free sketches of people's private bits
What do you look for in an art fair? Is it the sculpture park that captures your attention? Perhaps there's a watercolour you'd love to hang in your living room? Or maybe it's the free genital drawing that has you sold.
Yes, you read that correctly. At this year's Frieze Art Fair, held in London's Regent's Park, a Tokyo-born artist is stealing all the headlines with his very unique skill-set. His name is Ken Kagami, and he will do a comedic drawing of your genitals just by looking at your face and finding out your name.
If you're a woman, the subject matter differs slightly, as Kagami will draw your breasts.
The entire sketch, which is done with a marker pen, takes just 30 seconds, after which the artist will ring a bell and move on to the next person, The Guardian reports.
"His sensibility seemed to sit very well with the sensibility of Frieze", said Kagami's gallerist, Jeffrey Ian Rosen of Misako & Rosen, to The Guardian. "They are encouraging us to have fun in the right kind of way. If they're game, we're game!"
"Art fairs can be stuffy, and this lightens things up a bit", he added.
Rosen is certainly right in this regard, and Kagami's subjects are already keen to show off their "intimate portrait sessions" on social media.
If Kagami's art is not to your liking, then there are plenty more pieces worth visiting Frieze Art Fair for, with 164 galleries from 27 countries represented across two fair sites.