Twins Paint Stills From Kim Kardashian's Sex Tape in This NSFW Video

TWINS KARDASHIAN paintingOkay, see if you can follow this: Fine artists and twin sisters in Los Angeles are painting still lifes of Kim Kardashian's sex tape moments to call attention to celebrities exploiting themselves. But here's where it gets tricky: The sisters, Allie and Lexi Kaplan, also exploit themselves by painting nude photos of their boobs and backsides, which are displayed in their pop-up show ironically titled "Make Me Famous."


In a video shot by Elite Daily, Allie and Lexi say they're not out to offend anyone. Still, the sisters agree that when Allie first came up with the idea, they thought it was "so funny." (We could see how trying to get just the right hue for Ray J's privates, which they discuss at length, could provide hours of entertainment. JK.)

That said, maybe don't watch this at work -- or without earbuds!

While the Kaplans say their goal is to generate a conversation, it seems like a bit of a riddle. Are we discussing how Kim K. put it all out there to gain fame, or how the Kaplans have put even more of Kim K. -- and themselves -- out there to also become famous? 

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In the spirit of "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em," the twins decided to display some paintings of their bare behinds slathered with chocolate, complete with a strawberry planted in a provocative place. (Seriously, you have to see it to believe it -- just not while the kids are around!) 

They also included paintings of Melania Trump and Paris Hilton to advance the conversation of "sexploitation." Their work is paying off as Pornhub, home to exactly what you'd expect, purchased one of their works. 

This isn't the first time the identical duo has mixed sex and pop culture. Not long ago the sisters were sleeping with action figures and posting suggestive photos of themselves on Instagram.

We're still not sure what to make of all this. Is it life imitating art or art imitating life? Or, is it time for these fine artists to apply their talents to other more worthy causes? 


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