The Frog's Bollocks

Erotica // Monday, June 25, 2012
The Frog's Bollocks and Other Assorted Bollocks is an adorably natural animated short from Stephen Ong, with music by Josh Alport. I suppose this is slightly NSFW but its difficult to categorize it than anything other than simply the call of the wild.

Jim Silke's Erotic Side

Erotica // Sunday, June 24, 2012
After a career as the Executive Art Director at Capitol Records and as the creator, editor, and designer of the magazines Cinema andMovies International, as well as glamour photographer, historian (Here's Looking At You, Kid), novelist (the Death Dealer series), and screenwriter (Sahara, King Solomon's Mines, Revenge of the Ninja, etc.), Jim Silke turned, in 1991 at age sixty, to his first love — writing and drawing comics.

Romance Novel Fantasies...

Erotica // Saturday, June 23, 2012
'Come on, you know the type. The heroine is innocent, virginal, and utterly bland. Her name is something ultra-feminine like "Melantha". She ends up swept off her feet by a dashing man named something macho like "Hawk" or "Wolf". Now, this Hawk guy is the sort of man we'd run away from in a dark alley. He's ill-tempered, violent, promiscuous, and sometimes even a rapist. But his "dangerousness" excites Melantha...'

Great Moments in Erotic Art History

Erotica // Friday, June 22, 2012
This classic image of Grace Jones, a Jamaican singer, actress and model that was also a muse to Andy Warhol, was captured by photographer Francis Ing- also a great creative in the NYC 70's for the August 1978 issue of Playboy Italy. Amazing. x

Mr. Luna's Animated Curves

Erotica // Friday, June 22, 2012
Voluptuous, curvaceous feminine portraits from digital artist and traditional illustrator Mr. Luna. Playing on classic poses and narratives, Mr. Luna creates sultry, playful images of curvy females. While still a student, this small collection of work is promising for a more varied portfolio in the future. Enjoy!

Sultry Pin-Ups by Monte Moore

Erotica // Friday, June 22, 2012
Colorado based illustrator Monte Moore uses graphite and paper to bring to life other-worldly pin-up creatures. He has specialized in comics, gaming, pin-up and entertainment illustration for more than 20 years and has designed over 100 resin fantasy and gothic sculptures for 3 different international giftware manufacturers, and its not wonder, look at the obvious sex appeal his characters portray!

Heaven's Favorite Man (NSFW)

Erotica // Thursday, June 21, 2012
The horrifically erotic and terrifying illustration works of 'Heaven's Favorite Man' Matt Crabe are so visually appealing and appalling that I just can't look away. I'm not sure if this would classify as 'erotica' but its freaking amazing. Thank you Matt for knowing how to make something so stange, perverse and bizarre and out of nothing, or um... Beavis.

The Photography of Betsy VanLangen

Erotica // Thursday, June 21, 2012
Betsy VanLangen has created her own voice in experimental fashion photography. Her body of work is visually stunning, and constantly refreshing with transitions from dark and arresting, to loud, bright and colorful images. Betsy is fascinated with the body, and while a large amount of her work is self portraiture, she is constantly exploring new tactics to express herself as a contemporary artist.

Alexandra's Bathtime Therapy

Erotica // Thursday, June 21, 2012
'This project is a therapeutic investigation that involves 35 drawings made with acrylic painting and colored pencils on paper - 11X14” - each one done in one day aproximately, more or less consecutives. My objective is to explore the spontaneity and inspiration that every morning gives me, either by environmental or emotional circumstances - states of mind, energy, desires, etc...

Rebecca Morgan's Bumpkins

Erotica // Thursday, June 21, 2012
'Rebecca Morgan makes work about her love and hate relationship with the conservative farm town she grew up in. Her drawings and cartoons reflect both a constant critique and a defense of rural living. She investigates the comfort, the familiar, and also the repulsion that comes with the territory of home. Morgan draws larger-than-life self-portraits, set in the woods of a theatrical Appalachia...'

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