Nude photography is always in hot debate, so it's interesting to see which photographers get away with "tastefully" using nudity in their "art".
Spencer Tunick is one of these photographers, though he was arrested back in 1994 after having a nude model for him during the daytime in Manhattan.
Although this story is from May 2008, I thought it was pretty remarkable that 18,000 Mexicans posed naked for him - breaking his previous record of 7,000 models set in Barcelona.
The photo shown here was actually taken by Reuters' photographer Daniel Aguilar, but you can see the final image at Spencer Tunick's website.
PHOTO: Spencer Tunick, Thousands of naked volunteers posed in Mexico City (Reuters: Daniel Aguilar)
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