Spice Our Schedules


I swear, if young master xPUREx keeps it up, visiting his Williamsburg Pure Body Arts studio is going to be a mainstay checklist item for travelers coming to New York, right up there with poking around the Statue of Liberty, eating a slice of pizza from every parlor with “Ray’s” in the name and enduring crippling beat-downs after foolishly asking every woman in Times Square if she’s “working.” (Damn you, Giuliani!) Back to the issue at hand here, though, these implants are a nice fit, aren’t they? I guess that’s what one would expect with implantation by the aforementioned xPUREx and implant pieces carved* by Steve Haworth. Another shot, after the jump.

*Not carved! Says the implanter himself: “These pieces actually were not carved. Steve was nice enough to attach some rods and domes together with silicone in it’s liquid form as a “glue,” so that i wouldn’t have to carve them.” Thanks for the heads-up!

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16 thoughts on “Spice Our Schedules

  1. i had a plate in my ulna for a number of years, and it was disconcerting to feel my tendons and muscles sliding around on it. granted, it had an angular edge on it, but still. all i can think of when i see these implants is that odd feeling. i wonder if having them under the skin, rather than on the bone, prevents the slidey feeling…

  2. These pieces actually were not carved. Steve was nice enough to attach some rods and domes together with silicone in it’s liquid form as a “glue”, so that i wouldn’t have to carve them.

  3. Those look fantastic. They must feel incredible as well. Kudos all around on this one.

  4. Its actually true if i ever went to NY for a long enough time Id try and get some work done by one of the artists around there. Fuckin amaaaazinngg.

  5. I’ve always like implants, because they can be as inconspicuous and subtle or in-your-face as you want them to be.
    The shape of these implants remind me of vertebrae for some reason, love them.

  6. What’s steve doing these days?
    We have some lack of information about him and his work for quite some time…

  7. Glad you’re all enjoying them as much as I am. Thanks to xPUREx and Steve for all the hard work. I couldn’t be happier, and they’re healing well.

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