This Korean Infomercial Teaches You How to Ride

Erotica // Thursday, August 23, 2012
  Some brilliant minds in Korea have come up with their very own suggestive infomercial, on par with our nation's own Shake Weight. From the video's Youtube description: "From Korea, for those who like to ride horses in front of their TV and in the comfort of their own home. For all family members, this home mechanical equestrian system will meet all the family's needs. It helps to 'fitness' you up! And reach health goals! Live longer for now! Be your Ace Power!!"

Alejandro Maestre's Portrait of Julian

Erotica // Wednesday, August 22, 2012
'Julian is a good friend who I deeply respect, he is a complete and multidisciplinary artist. He is, at the same time, film director, sculptor, painter, photographer and writer. A time ago I suggested the idea of doing a portrait of him that could describe his capacity of creating and his constant search to understand his body and spirit. All this made me think about his work and helped me to develop the concept of this work...

The Red Marks

Erotica // Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Her creative works, including different materials and subjects, are always circling themes of the erotic.  BE is an artist currently living and working in Germany and Switzerland. She produced this bold series of red marks on paper of varying parts of the female anatomy for us to lust after...

Brian Green Photography

Erotica // Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Brian Green is an artist based in Anderson, South Carolina. Brians interest in many mediums started at a early age, he has always been interested in capturing sound and images, he grew up with a tape recorder in hand followed by a camera. Never limiting himself he creates with whatever he can.

Van Rijn's Book of Hours

Erotica // Tuesday, August 21, 2012
  Dutch-born sculptor, painter and illustrator Van Rijn teams up with thirteen writers of various backgrounds (among them Annie Sprinkle, Michael Manning, Peggy Munson) in a unique synthesis of text and image: The Book of Hours. Van Rijn's body of work includes a vast collection of drawings and graphics in various printing techniques, ranging from dry point etching, mezzotint and engraving to Xerox and digital prints...

BE's Clay Series

Erotica // Tuesday, August 21, 2012
  BE is an artist living and working in Germany and Switzerland. She works across a variety of materials and subjects but always adheres to a central theme of the erotic. Often using herself as a subject within her work, BE identifies closely with her Scorpio star sign, 'well known as the most erotic sign'. In this series she investigates the interaction between two naked women with the added textural element of clay coating the nude form.

Masha for Studio211

Erotica // Tuesday, August 21, 2012
  'Studio211 is a project based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. A photography project dealing with the combination of erotica, set design, and the surreal. The images are all created within Studio 211, a 20x14' private studio.' Using a single location to evoke a variety of environments, Studio 211 intend to assemble all these erotic scenes into a book. Here's a nice shot of model Masha with a suggestively placed banana.

Retro Babes by Alejandro Mesa

Erotica // Tuesday, August 21, 2012
  Alejandro Mesa is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Bogota, Colombia. His sleek illustrations of babes hanging by the beach, pool, or all by their sexy selves have a retro 1960s vibe to them.

Michal Pudelka

Erotica // Monday, August 20, 2012
Michal Pudelka is a 22 year-old photographer who lives and works in the Czech Republic. After studying art and fashion in Slovakia and France, Pudelka founded his own fashion magazine, Anonym, and was signed as a photographer to several major brands. His eighties-tinged images possess a hint of a Lolita complex with a healthy does of irony and exaggeration.

Jean Paul Bourdier's Bodyscapes

Erotica // Monday, August 20, 2012
Professor of design, drawing, and photography in UC Berkeley's architecture department, Jean-Paul Bourdier concentrates on the beauty and geometry of the human body in his collection of photographs entitled "Bodyscapes," combining landscape and flesh as canvas without the use of digital manipulation.


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