Okay, you might be asking yourself, “Why in the name of all that is sane in this world were you performing a Google image search for ‘vagina flowers’ in the first place?” I assure you there is a valid explanation.
My roomate and I were watching Phineas and Ferb Across the Second Dimension; yeah, we’re adults who watch cartoons, big whoop, wanna fight about it? Anyways, near the film’s climax, a bull is shot with a laser and its skull exclaims, “Look! I’m a Georgia O’Keeffe painting!”
This lead to a discussion in which both my roomate and I displayed our ignorance of the range of the painter’s subject matter. I insisted she was famous for painting flowers that look suspiciously like vaginas. He said she was famous for painting dead things, and he’d never heard of these vagina flowers.
Eager to rub my superior knowledge in someone’s face, I image searched “vagina flower.” O’Keeffe’s images are included in the results, but so are pictures of Justin Bieber and Patrick Stewart!
For the record, we were both wrong, and Miss O’Keeffe attracted attention to herself as an artist by using abstraction as a means of expression.