Julia Fox nude and sex pics from raw and artistic 'Heartburn/Nausea' erupt on internet

In 2015, Fox released a raw, autobiographical art book called 'Symptomatic of a relationship gone sour: Heartburn/Nausea'

                            Julia Fox nude and sex pics from raw and artistic 'Heartburn/Nausea' erupt on internet
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Rapper Kanye West was spotted on a dinner date with "Uncut Gems" star Julia Fox on Saturday night, January 1. The two would certainly have had a lot to talk about, such as her Ken and Barbie photoshoot with Pete Davidson in 2019, or even a graphic art book filled with sex pics and intimate details that she published in 2015.

Before her acting career, the Italian American beauty, 31, was at one point the artist and head designer of New York-based womenswear label Franziska Fox. At the time, she released a raw, autobiographical art book called 'Symptomatic of a relationship gone sour: Heartburn/Nausea'. The book is essentially a character sketch, featuring intimate details that mold a vision of a troubled girl. It is a collection of documents from Fox's own life, including photographs, personal messages, and a number of personal details.


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“It’s just a picture book of artifacts and stuff I have collected over the years," Fox told journalist Rose Holtermann about the book. "I’m not sure what the message behind it is. I guess since my life is so different now and I’m somewhat successful and happy, the message is that it’s ok to be fucked up. It’s ok to have a past. And more importantly, it’s ok to show your vulnerability and your weaknesses. And if you are fucked up and able to use it to your advantage, you are probably more interesting and insightful than most. So just like don’t be ashamed of yourself.”

Julia Fox attends the "No Sudden Move" premiere during the 2021 Tribeca Festival at Battery Park on June 18, 2021, in New York City. (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images for Tribeca Festival)

'Heartburn/Nausea' features a number of photos, some of which may be disturbing to viewers. It depicts the artist engaging in sex acts, suffering abuse, injecting drugs, and posing in the nude in a series of photos. During the book's launch, Fox explained that it chronicles three relationships that had had a significant impact on her life. Two of a romantic nature and one based on a friendship with another female. “I just wanted to take something bad and make it good. For myself – but also for anyone else that has been in a fucked up situation and then has to carry that weight around forever after. It's mainly about heartbreak and abusive, dysfunctional, codependent relationships,” she told Dazed magazine in 2015.


You can view the photos here.

Julia Fox attends as Playboy celebrates BIGBUNNY Launch at Miami Art Week at Casa Tua on December 03, 2021, in Miami Beach, Florida. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Playboy Enterprises International, Inc.)

“To give your heart to someone knowing that they have the power to break it, but doing it anyway. Heartbreak is a luxury in my opinion," Fox continued. "In a lot of places in the world, there's no time for that. People are worried about how they're going to get their next meal. There's no time to cry over someone. So when I see someone heartbroken and hysterical I almost want to be like, 'You're so lucky, shut up.' But you don't know pain unless you've had your heart crushed – but it's so good. It's like so fucking good," she added. Fox said she was raised in a Roman Catholic household in Italy before she moved to the US to live with her father as a teenager. She was later diagnosed with Personality Disorder and found to be prone to "utilize impulsive behavior that impairs her judgment and sometimes results in poor decision making." 

Less than a year after publishing 'Heartburn/Nausea', Fox released her second publication with an accompanying multimedia exhibition. Titled 'Post Traumatic Stress Disorder', the presentation detailed her experiences during an unexpected months-long sabbatical she took in the poverty-stricken bayou of Louisiana, i-D Vice reported.