Heather Morris, Photographer Court Controversy with "Bruised-Up Barbie" Pics

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    hey maybe someday
    the rest of us
    will get as much play
    as Barbie with the police
    follow my point


    Doesn't even look like Barbie. I see this pic and immediately think its going to be a msg for domestic violence. If he was going for something else, he missed his mark. Either way, they're not even interesting in the least.


    > And where does it say the ONLY way for a woman to have a bruised eye is because a man hit her?

    Bingo. Lots of my roller derby friends have bruises. Most of those derby ladies are very glamourous, even/especially with their bruises.


    He just takes advantage of celebs to start controversy just to get press. He is not a good photographer.


    I think the idea for a bruised up Barbie photo shoot it interesting but I don't think the photographer did enough with it. It looks like an ad for domestic violence. He sould have made it look more toy like I guess... if that was really his purpose.


    Why dpict a beautiful woman with a black eye if it is not for an ad against domestic violence? Are they trying to say doorknobs are dangerous?


    @JennaMillerLucas...omg, that was beautiful& very very very well said


    I'll say it again... I think it’s great when photography sparks interest and debate. It’s the truest art. If you think you have a reason to hate it, you can be sure without doubt that some one else has JUST as much reason to love it. And where does it say the ONLY way for a woman to have a bruised eye is because a man hit her?

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