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Takato Yamamoto

Erotica // Monday, January 30, 2012
The exquisite art of Takato Yamamoto (1960-) explores themes of darkness, bondage, metamorphosis, love and death. The perspective is always calm and serene - never depicting violence - rather, it is impending or just completed. Experimented, refined and developed his Ukiyo-e Pop style to create his "Heisei Estheticism" style, producing illustrations for mainly esthetic novels, fantasy novels, sensual novels, and period novels...

Atsushi Suwa

Erotica // Monday, January 30, 2012
Suwa begins by probing and engaging in dialogue with his subjects under a set of conditions he determines. Through the dialogue, he elicits the story, thought, and other elements making up the subject’s background. The process of communication with his subjects is an important factor for Suwa, and signals a break from realism in the classic sense, which does not go beyond the level of visual duplication of the subject...

Corwin & Amy

Erotica // Monday, January 30, 2012
Corwin Prescott and Amy Fries combine their photographic prowess and fetishistic tendencies to create erotic images that both shock and arouse. Prescott describes himself as a 22 year-old dork who takes pictures of naked ladies and likes camping; Fries states that she is feminine, occasionally funny, and sometimes graces the interwebs with her most glorious vagina.

Easy Like Sheer Bliss

Erotica // Sunday, January 29, 2012
She appears in the gauzy veil of a lucid dream as it slips away with the morning light. For a moment she stands at the end of your bed, a tangible being, so close you can sense the warmth of her skin; then just as quickly as she appears, this vision of loveliness fades into a hazy vapor... Easy Like Sunday Morning is brought to you this week by fashion photographer Brian Ypperciel.

Melissa Campa's Girls

Erotica // Friday, January 27, 2012
The darkly devouring works of Mexico based artist Melissa Campa are aching with a sort of teenage confusion, the kind that you find yourself in after the heartache of a first love, where the innocence and purity of your skin attempts to lift your heart back to your chest.

Izaskun Gonzalez

Erotica // Friday, January 27, 2012
Photographer Izaskun Gonzalez is intensely fascinated with human nature, addictions, pleasure seeking, and other forms of extreme and obsessive activities. Using digital as well as older cameras, such as the Argus C3, Holgas, Kodak Duaflex, etc., his work is greatly inspired by the world of Lucha Libre wrestling and Mexican iconography.

Goofy is a Playa

Erotica // Thursday, January 26, 2012
When it comes to Goofy, we all knew it: behind that wacky, bungling exterior lies the heart of a smooth operator. From German illustrator Arne S. Reismueller.

Fabio Borquez

Erotica // Thursday, January 26, 2012
Fabio Borquez’s nude photography has been exhibited in museums and art galleries worldwide as well as published in magazines such as Playboy and GQ. The models he discovers during photo shoots, castings, and even out on the street are portrayed as more than just mere objects in front of the camera. Borquez unveils the essence of their characters in unrehearsed poses and candid glances.

Carlos Cartagena

Erotica // Thursday, January 26, 2012
The soft sensuality in all of Carlos Cartagena's airbrushed images is a comodity rare among today's 'pin-up' portrayals of the female form. Cartagena is best known for his simplicity and excellence in his erotic executions. Cartagena was born in 1960 in Guatemala.

Rock n' Roll Fantasy

Erotica // Thursday, January 26, 2012
A former record producer, photographer Bob Coulter's images possess an aesthetic that is certainly derived from his career in music, focusing on the dark and seductive fantasy of the sex, drugs, and rock and roll lifestyle.

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