Geordies (folk from Newcastle, England) are well known for their resistance to the cold. On any Friday night in the northern winter you'll see the Geordies walking the streets in...

Geordies (folk from Newcastle, England) are well known for their resistance to the cold. On any Friday night in the northern winter you’ll see the Geordies walking the streets in just a t-shirt (striped) or a mini-skirt (short). Artist Spencer Tunick takes the northerners joy of flesh a little further by showing photos of naked Geordies at the Baltic art gallery. The Guardian reports:

[Spencer Tunick] persuaded  them to pose snakelike along the Tyne, then rivuleting through the Newcastle streets like a fleshy pink stream, then scattered on the slopes below Norman Foster’s imposing Sage concert hall, across the river in Gateshead.

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