NO IFS, OR BUTTS - Mass nude art too cheeky for supermarket giant

CLIENT: CHAPEL STREET PRECINCT ASSOCIATION
OUTLET: THE HERALD SUN

DL COMMS secures the front page of The Herald Sun for Chapel Street Precinct Association with the following exclusive:  MELBOURNE has been thrust into the midst of a global artistic dispute after a supermarket giant banned controversial photographer Spencer Tunick from staging his next mass-nudity picture on its rooftop in Prahran’s Chapel St precinct.  New York–based Tunick — who is renowned for shooting crowds in the nude at some of the world’s most famous locations — had wanted to use the Woolworths rooftop for his shoot next month, because of the views it offers of the city.  But Woolworths has shuttered the plan for hundreds of locals to strip and be photographed on its roof, saying it has just upgraded the rooftop carpark and did not want to inconvenience its customers…

DL COMMS secures the front page of The Herald Sun for Chapel Street Precinct Association with the following exclusive:

MELBOURNE has been thrust into the midst of a global artistic dispute after a supermarket giant banned controversial photographer Spencer Tunick from staging his next mass-nudity picture on its rooftop in Prahran’s Chapel St precinct.

New York–based Tunick — who is renowned for shooting crowds in the nude at some of the world’s most famous locations — had wanted to use the Woolworths rooftop for his shoot next month, because of the views it offers of the city.

But Woolworths has shuttered the plan for hundreds of locals to strip and be photographed on its roof, saying it has just upgraded the rooftop carpark and did not want to inconvenience its customers…