Antonio Biella, Fetish Cartoonist

Erotica // Friday, February 10, 2012
Antonio Biella  was born in Rome on April 15th 1970, as a child he used to draw, read comic books and later on moved to Rome to become a comic artist. The next year he returned to Sicily, where he deepened the comics study. He started working with some comic magazines and published fanzines containing his own works as well. Biella's current graphic erotic works still hint at his history in comics, especially with the brief appearances by some well known cartoon charachters

Embroidery by Sally Hewett

Erotica // Friday, February 10, 2012
UK artist Sally Hewett uses the art of embroidery to explore cultural conceptions and conventions of beauty and ugliness in relation to the human body. "I am interested in how we see things," says Hewett, "how we interpret what we see and how the connotations of needlework and embroidery as a medium affect how the content is seen - is it seen as ugly, beautiful, or funny?"

Erotic Chandelier

Erotica // Thursday, February 09, 2012
From the father and daughter team behind Swallow & Bone, a company dedicated to creating contemporary products that celebrate the erotic, comes the Priapus Chandelier. A theatrical entity of functional art, the chandelier draws stylistic influences from the fetish and bondage industries, and features six hand-sculpted phalluses that radiate an atmospheric light, the perfect centerpiece to any lust-filled banquet of debauchery.

Russell U. Richards

Erotica // Thursday, February 09, 2012
Russell U. Richards is an artist and filmmaker with a studio at the McGuffey Art Center in Charlottesville, Virginia. At age 26 he became a full-time artist, and for the better part of ten years he worked almost exclusively in printmaking, developing innovative multiple-plate color techniques in etching and lithography, for which he received the Virginia Commission for the Arts grant in 2002.

Pretty, Sexy, Dirty, Girly

Erotica // Thursday, February 09, 2012
“Pretty, Sexy, Dirty, Girly" is a multimedia exhibition of all female artists addressing the topic of feminine sexuality, curated by Seattle artist, Siolo Thompson. The exhibit opens on Friday, February 10th, at Bherd Studios Gallery in Seattle, WA, with a collection of work that will be sure to challenge, arouse, and capture your full attention.

A Call For Erotic Artists

Erotica // Thursday, February 09, 2012
Do you create lustfull illustrations?? Sinfully beautiful film or photographic work? Erotic sculptural installation? OR something we've never even seen before? Juxtapoz is constantly in search of new talent and to give credit to the derserving and under-exposed. Juxtapoz is open to all types of erotic works, all shapes, colors and sizes, fantasies, fetish, future, innocence, love and gore.

Men-Ups!!

Erotica // Wednesday, February 08, 2012
Men-ups! is a project by Rion Sabean featuring men in traditional female pin-up poses. 'My photography ranges between two different ends of a spectrum, both of which are held as just as important as the other. One half is overt social commentary, with most works focusing on gender and sexuality, wherein I attempt to bring light to the scrutiny and judgments of a society that defines human beings under rigid, antiquated terms...

Juan Francisco Casas: Ballpoint Erotic

Erotica // Wednesday, February 08, 2012
Juan Francisco Casas is a Spanish artist who paints incredibly large size oil canvases and ballpen drawings based off of reproductions of images he takes with his camera. Youthful, sexy and spontaneous domestic works of fleeting moments and nighttime fun.

Markus Richter

Erotica // Wednesday, February 08, 2012
German photographer Markus Richter was born to an old family of artists, and for the last 20 years has been focused on capturing the things he sees to communicate his vision with others. Working as both a designer and a photographer, he enjoys collaborating with other artists as well as concentrating on his personal work.

YoniLab

Erotica // Wednesday, February 08, 2012
Based in Annecy and Paris, artist YoniLab's first passion, photography, brought him to art school where he began to experiment with digital manipulation. In 2005 he began to combine photography and digital art with painting, developing a strong graphic style inspired by urban culture, fetishism, and pop art.

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