Booty Babe Art is
the creation of Los Angeles based artist Spencer Davis. The "Babes"
are rarely free of controversy and have something to say, which
is why they're appearing here on Cherry Poppers Art Review.
"What is a ‘Booty Babe?" In the artist's own words, "As a term of
endearment, a Booty Babe is generally a woman with curves. Waist
to hip ratio is usually breath-taking. She’s not necessarily run-way
model material, in the traditional sense, but she feels sexy and
her self-confidence makes her glow. She’s not afraid to wear skin-tight
outfits – and we love her for it. Now you’re getting the picture.
You’ve seen her at the mall, in line at the bank, grocery shopping,
and out dancing. She’s sweet and sexy, stylish and smart; and her
body language states, 'This is who I am, and I LOVE being me.'"
In 1998, with this in mind, Davis started adding material to an
otherwise skinny, 12" fashion doll. Taking cues from Star Wars action
figures, Vogue, National Geographic, Frazetta, Coop, Black Tail
Magazine, and a few liberties of his own, the first Booty Babe was
conceived. In the years since, Spencer has exhibited his Booty Babe
Art sculptures at numerous art gallery exhibitions in Los Angeles,
Oregon, and lands beyond.
Official Site: BoobyBabeArt.com.