& # 39; It's a brothel! & # 39; The Block & # 39; s Tess and Luke sweep in the house of El & # 39; ise and Matt … with artistic paintings of prostitutes on the walls
The Block & Tess and Luke took a wipe on Wednesday at the home of El & # 39; ise and Matt.
The house contained a number of artistic paintings by female prostitutes, of which El & # 39; ise and Matt said they were a tribute to the & # 39; nitty-gritty background & # 39; from The Oslo & # 39; s Gray Street, where The Block is located this season.
But Luke didn't hold back when he talked about their house and said it was on a & # 39; brothel & # 39; seems.
& # 39; It's a brothel! & # 39; The Block & Tess and Luke have swept the house of El & # 39; ise and Matt on Wednesday's episode of the home renovation series
& # 39; I don't know if it's Avatar Cross David Bowie, I'm not so sure, & # 39; Luke began the portrait they had painted in their garage.
Tess then explained that El & # 39; ise and Matt's house is full of portraits of & # 39; ladies of the night & # 39 ;.
Luke then took the swipe and said: & # 39; It's a brothel! House four is a brothel! & # 39;
Ouch! Luke then took the swipe to El & # 39; ise and Matt (photo) and said: & # 39; It's a brothel! House four is a brothel! & # 39;
El & # 39; ise and Matt also had an artist paint a mural of a woman on their roof fire this week.
She explained the reasoning and said: & # 39; Gray Street is very colorful & # 39; at night, the lights go out, the ladies come out. & # 39;
She said 9Now that the artworks in their home are a nod to the past of the area, with The Oslo in St Kilda.
& # 39; Gray Street had a taboo on it before, women on the street & # 39 ;: El & # 39; ise told 9Now earlier that the artworks in their house are a nod to the past of the area, with The Oslo in St Kilda
& # 39; The whole story with the art in our house is clear. Gray Street had a rather taboo, women on the street – clearly prostitution – and there is a lot of nitty-grainy background, & # 39; she explained.
El & # 39; ise said that she and Matt, 39, wanted the artworks to embrace the beauty of women & # 39; and portray them as survivors.
But she said it was also important that the art their & # 39; vulnerability & # 39; shows.
She added that the artworks & # 39; the beauty and power in a woman & # 39; express when they do what they can for their family and the people around them.
& # 39; We wanted to show growth unlike Gray Street and look at it as a dirty street, & # 39; said El & # 39; ise.
She added: & # 39; It's really very powerful in the story we're trying to show. & # 39;
Interestingly, El & 39 said she and Matt, 39, wanted the artworks to embrace the beauty of women & # 39; and depict them as survivors
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