This series focuses on the juxtaposition of the naked female body with the colourful, and delightfully puerile, stickers one would often get on one's homework in kindergarten. Our obsession, as a society, with women remaining eternally youthful, while simultaneously sexy, is as toxic an idea as it is pervasive and remains one of the most enduring relics of the patriarchy. 

None of these bodies have heads, let alone faces, and the negative space is adorned with hundreds of bright, cheerful children's reward stickers. As women we are constantly sexualised and infantilised which, as I have tried to illustrate here, is absolute nonsense.