Fyshwick Peepshow - Exotic Dancer in a Matchbox
A regular matchbox is given a makeover to become a cute tiny version of a 'Gentleman's Club'. A keepsake you can fit in your hand. Photographs cover the box and a 3D printed, hand painted character decorates the inside, along with a mirrored background. The 3D print is made using resin.
Named after Sir Philip Fysh, a Tasmanian politician who assisted in bringing about Australia's Federation. The suffix "wick", from Old English, means "dwelling place" – and, by extension, "village" or "district". Known for its adult entertainment industry. Fyshwick and Mitchell are the two places in the ACT where strip clubs and brothels may operate legally. Prostitution was decriminalised in the ACT in 1992 but strip clubs and brothels are restricted to those two suburbs.
We can make the dancer any skin-tone and hair colour, just let us know if you have a preference.
- Materials: Matchbox, Photo Paper, 3D Resin printed pole dancer, glass mirror background, acrylic paint
- Dimensions: 5.4cm wide, 3.7cm tall, 1.7cm deep